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THE   NATIONAL   COUNCIL 

OF  THE 

Congregational  Churches  of  the  United  States 

will  hold  its  next  bieanial  meeting  at 
NEW  HAVEN,  CONNECTICUT,  IN   OCTOBER,  1915 


THIS  meeting  should  prove  one  of  the  most  pro- 
toimdly  significant  meetings  ever  held  by  the 
denomination.  The  Executive  Committee  will 
bring  to  it  a  review  of  the  activities  and  developments 
of  the  biennium.  The  Commission  on  Missions  will  sub- 
mit a  plan  for  the  readjustment  of  missionary  agencies. 
The  Commission  on  Education  will  make  its  report.  The 
Social  Service  Commission  will  give  its  report  and  an 
outline  of  the  proposed  activities  of  the  churches  in 
meeting  the  social  demands  of  the  day.  The  other 
Council  Commissions  and  Committees  will  also  report  on 
the  field  under  their  care.  The  missionary  organizations 
will  present  their  world-wide  work. 

For  the  first  time  the  delegates  to  the  Council  will 
have  a  responsible  relation  to  all  the  common  interests 
of  the  churches  in  the  missionary  and  publication  field. 
Their  action  will  have  vital  bearing  on  the  use  of  $3,000,- 
000  of  annual  income,  $10,000,000  of  invested  funds  and 
the  effectiveness  of  thousands  of  missionary  workers. 

Pastors  are  urged  to  present  the  work  of  the  Council 
to  their  congregations. 

Associations  and  Conferences  are  urged  to  choose 
their  delegates  promptly,  and  to  secure,  where  possible, 
provision  for  their  expenses. 

Members  of  churches  ever>-Avhere  not  elected  as  dele- 
gates are  invited  to  attend  as  visitors. 

The  historic  city  of  New  Haven  is  prepared  to  enter- 
tain the  Council  in  generous  fashion.  It  hopes  and 
expects  that  the  Council  will  bring  a  blessing  to  the  city 
and  the  University. 

For  information,  address  the  Secretary  of  the  Council, 
14  Beacon  Street,  Boston,  Mass. 


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SOME  OF  THE  CONGREGATIONAL  CHURCHES 

WHICH  DURING  THE  PAST  YEAR 

ADOPTED 


First  Congregational  Church,  Montclair,  N.  J.     ,,  A  J 

Euclid  Avenue  Congregational  Church,  Cleveland,  Ohio  y  | 

First  Congregational  Church,  Kansas  City,  Mo.  o  I 

First  Congregational  Church,  New  Haven,  Conn.  A  ' 

First  Congregational  Church,  Haverhill,  Mass.  \j 

Central  Congregational  Church,  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  (1,500  copies)       o  =^ 

First  Congregational  Church,  Columbus,  Ohio  A  i 

First  Congregational  Church,  Ayer,  Mass.  W  ^ 

Second  Congregational  Church,  West  Neviton,  Mass.  e  i 

First  Congregational  Church,  Hudson,  Mass.  A  § 

First  Congregational  Church,  Syracuse,  New  York  y  i 

Highland  Congregational  Church,  Roxbury,  Mass.  e  * 

First  Congregational  Church,  Holyoke,  Mass.  A 

First  Congregational  Church,  Gardner,  Mass.  y 

Wendell  Avenue  Congregational  Church,  Brockton,  Mass.  g 

Robert  College,  Constantinople     Dubuque,  la.  ^  ^ 

Arlington  Heights,  Mass.                 Newcastle,  Me.  |j  I 

Torrington,  Conn.                             Keene,  N.  H.  jL  , 

Barre,  Vt.                                            Hatfield,  Mass.  §  • 

Quincy,  Mass.                                   East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.  ^  ' 

Bethel,  Conn.                                     Kennebunkport,  Me.  ()  i 

Binghamton,  N.  Y.                           Dudley,  Mass.  ^  ; 

Traverse  City,  Mich.                      Toledo,  Ohio  1?  , 

W'estfield,  N.  J.                                 Methuen,  Mass.  fj  ? 

Baltimore,  Md.                                  Abington,  Mass.  )l,  | 

Fresno,  Cal.                                        Antwerp,  N.  Y.  1?  , 

Price  Hills,  Cincinnati,  Ohio           Franklin,  N.  H.  Ij 

Andover  Theological  Seminary       Dedham,  Mass.  )l,  * 

Lisbon,  N.  H.                                     Auburn,  R.  I.  K  ' 

Zanesville,  Ohio                                 Lancaster,  N.  H.  (j  : 

Haywoods,  Cal.                                Walpole,  Mass.  j^  '* 

North  Adams,  Mass.                       Tewksbury,  Mass.  1?  j 

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THE 

CONGREGATIONAL  YEAR-BOOK, 
1914. 


ISSUED   UNDER  THE   SANCTION   OF  THE 


National    Council    of   the    Congregational    Churches 
of  the  United  States 

BY  ITS   PUBLISHING  COMMITTEE,   AND  CONTAINING   THE 

GENERAL  STATISTICS  OF  THOSE  CHURCHES  FOR  THE  YEAR  1913, 

Including  Salaries,  Value  of  Property, 
Invested   Funds,    Amount  of  Debts,    etc. 

An  Alphabetical  List  of  the  Congregational   Ministers,  and  of  the  Officers 

AND  Students  of  Congregational  Theological  Seminaries;  the  Annual 

Record   of   Changes;   the   Vital   Statistics  of   Congregational 

Ministers  deceased  in  1913;  Statements  of  the  National 

Co-operative   Societies;     the   National   and    State 

Organizations  of  Churches, 

ANB    OTHER    MISCELLANEOUS    INFORMATION, 


volume:    no.    36. 


NUMBER     OF     COPIES,     12,500. 


SAMUEL    USHER 

175  TO    184   HIGH   STREET 

BOSTON,    MASS. 


TABLE  OF  CONTENTS. 


PAQE. 

Introduction 3 

Treasurer's  Statement      5 

Annual  Record 6-8 

Necrology 9-35 

The  National  Societies: 

Congregational  Education  Society 36 

American  Congregational  Association -37 

American  Board 38,  39 

Congregational  Home  Missionary  Society 40,  41 

American  Missionary  Association 42,  43 

Congregational  Church  Building  Society      44 

Ministerial  Relief      45 

Congregational  Sunday-School  and  Publishing  Society 46,  47 

National    Federation    of    Woman's    Congregational    State    Home    Missionary 

Organizations 48 

Woman's  Boards  of  Missions 49 

Other  Societies: 

Congregational  Board  of  Pastoral  Supply 50 

Seaman's  Friend  Society 51 

Federal  Council  of  the  Churches  of  Christ  in  America 52 

Theological  Seminaries: 

Andover,  53;    Atlanta,  54;    Oberlin,  55;    Bangor.  57;    Hartford,  59;    Yale,  61; 
Chicago,  62;  Pacific,  63;  Talladega,  64;  Students,  65-73. 

College  Education  of  Students 74-76 

Summary 77 

Congregational  Clubs 78,  79 

CoUeges 80 

Annual  Statistics  of  Churches  and  Ministers 82-479 

Foreign  Mission  Churches 480,  481 

Mission  Sunday  Schools 482-492 

Annual  Meetings  in  Order  of  Dates 493 

Congregational  Ministers  in  Foreign  Lands 494 ,  495 

State  Organizations,  Officers,  and  Meetings 496-499 

Summaries  of  State  Schedules 500-515 

Salaries,  Property,  and  Funds 516,  517 

Ministerial  Relief      518,  519 

Table  of  Comparisons 520 

Table  of  Admissions 621 

Table  of  Memberships 522 

Table  of  Salaries  by  Churches 523 

"  In  Other  Tongues  " 524 

Congregationalism 525  , 

Annual  Meetings  of  National  Societies 525 

National  Council  Organization 526,  527 

National  Council  Committees 528,  529 

Ministerial  List 530-579 

Summary  Ministers*  List 579 

Licentiates  Reported 580-582 

Ministers  of  Other  Denominations  Supplying  Congregational  Churches 582-.')84 

Other  Names 584 

Index 585 


INTRODUCTION. 


As  has  been  the  custom  in  prevaous  years,  the  following  table  is  printed  for  the 
purpose  of  showing  when  the  schedules  of  the  states  were  received.  It  ought  to 
be  understood  that  all  possible  haste  is  made  immediately  upon  the  receipt  of  a 
schedule  to  prepare  it  for  the  printer.  The  question,  Why  is  the  issue  of  the  Year- 
book so  long  deferred?  is  answered  here. 


February  26 

West  Virginia,  Wyoming. 

March 

2 

Oregon. 

3 

New  Mexico,  Arizona. 

6 

Ohio. 

9 

North  Carolina  Association. 

12 

Idaho. 

13 

New  Jersey,  Maine. 

14-26 

Massachusetts. 

15 

New  Hampshire. 

16 

Missouri,  Mississippi. 

17 

District  of  Columbia. 

18 

Virginia,  Maryland. 

19 

North  Dakota. 

20 

Wisconsin,  New  York. 

21 

South  Dakota,  Vermont. 

26 

Nevada,  Washington. 

28 

Tennessee,  Colorado. 

30 

Indiana,  Iowa,  Michigan,  North  Carolina  Conference 

April 

3 

Georgia  Conference. 

4 

Florida. 

6 

Louisiana,  Minnesota,  Alabama  Association. 

8 

Rhode  Island,  California  (Northern). 

10 

Utah,  Porto  Rico,  Kansas. 

13 

Texas,  Montana,  Pennsylvania. 

17 

Connecticut. 

20 

Georgia  Convention,  Alabama  Conference. 

24 

Nebraska. 

25 

Oklahoma. 

May 

8 

California  (Southern). 

,, 

17 

Illinois. 

We  offer  a  word  of  explanation  concerning  the  schedules  and  the  preparation 
of  them  fop  the  printer.  In  about  thirty  per  cent  of  the  reports  of  churches,  dis- 
crepancies are  found  between  the  figures  given  for  the  year  preceding  and  the  pres- 
ent year  as  compared  with  the  difference  between  additions  and  removals.  We 
assume  to  balance  the  reports.  This  work  does  not  appear  in  the  details  of  the 
schedules.  The  work  of  the  clerk  is  allowed  to  stand  unchanged.  Our  results 
are  given  in  the  summaries.  For  this  reason  the  totals  will  be  found  different 
from  totals  that  would  be  reached  did  any  one  care  to  add  the  columns  of  the 
schedules. 

The  attention  of  the  clerks  of  churches  is  called  to  this  method  of  balancing 
their  reports.  It  must  be  said  that  in  several  instances  state  secretaries  have 
been  careful  to  revise  the  work  of  church  clerks,  and  their  schedules  show  great  care 
and  diligence. 

3 


4  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 

Another  matter  connected  with  the  compilation  of  the  schedules  should  not  be 
either  overlooked  or  forgotten.  It  is  not  fair  to  reporting  churches  not  to  include 
in  the  totals  the  membership  of  non-reporting  churches.  In  some  instances  this 
has  not  been  done.  It  should  refer  also  to  the  number  of  families  and  the  member- 
ships of  Sunday-schools,  young  people's  societies,  and  men's  and  boys'  organiza- 
tions, and  even  salaries  and  value  of  property.  It  is  reasonable  to  presume  that  the 
institutions  have  not  ceased  to  exist.  Not  to  include  them  so  far  as  known  dis- 
credits (he  good  work  of  .such  as  are  faithful  through  that  lack  of  increase  which 
otherwise  would  not  be  so  apparent  and  in  very  many  cases  is  not  true.  We 
ask  the  clerks,  therefore,  to  make  their  returns  as  full  and  as  complete  as  they 
possibly  can.  A  little  care  as  to  features  indicated  above  will  make  our  Year- 
book more  dependable  than  ever. 

EDITOR. 


1914]  Treasurer's  Report. 


REPORT   OF  TREASURER. 


June  1,  1913  —  June  1,  1914. 
Receipts. 

Balance  June  1.  1913 $15,203.74 

State  dues 22,826.03 

Federal  Council 419.00 

Advertising 657.50 

Year-Book  sales 135.00 

Interest  on  depo.sit.i 278.40 

Social  service 1,681.55 

Total $41,201.22 

Expenditures. 

Year-Book  account $8,370.98 

Minutes 2,971.12 

Federal  Council 495.00 

Rent 491.20 

Printing 537.26 

Asher  Anderson,  salary 3,000.00 

Postage  and  expenses 99.01 

Mileage 100.00 

Hubert  C.  Herring,  salary 1,250.00 

Expenses 627.95 

Henry  A.  Atkinson,  salary 1,800.00 

Expenses 443.16 

Charles  C.  Merrill,  salary 1,125.00 

Expenses 801.64 

Clerks .  1,240.76 

Office  expenses 1,112.82 

Registrar  and  Treasurer 300.00 

Expenses 126.39 

Bond  and  audit 22.50 

Brotherhood  account 1,245.35 

Executive  Committee 101.80 

Commission  of  Nineteen 1,039.63 

Commission  on  Missions 1,412.77 

Committee  on  Federation 18.34 

Committee  on  Order  of  Worship 22.50 

Committee  on  Religious  Education 50.00 

Committee  on   Evangelism 1 76.97 

Delegate  to  Toronto 5.00 

Expenses  at  Kansas  City 480.65 

Balance  June  1 ,  1914 11,733.42 

Total $41,201.22 

It  was  voted:  —  "  That  the  churches  be  requested  to  contribute  at  the  rate  of  four  cents 
per  member."  —  Minutes  of  the  National  Council,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Oct.  SS,  1913. 

JOEL  S.   IVES.  Treas^lTer. 
Hartfoud,  Conn.,  June  1,  1!j14. 


Congregational  Year-Book. 


[1914 


ANNUAL    RECORD. 


ORDINATIONS   AND  INSTALLATIONS. 

In  this  list  "o."  denotes  ordination  with- 
out installation;  "o.  p.,"  ordination  as 
pastor;  "o.  f.  m.,"  ordination  for  foreign 
missionary  service;  "i.,"  installation;  "r.," 
recognized.  But  owing  to  indefinite  re- 
ports, "o."  may  sometimes  be  an  error  for 
"o.  p." 
ALBERT,  PAUL  B.,  Crookston, 

Minn.,  o.        Feb.  12 

ALLING,  M.  E.,  Fountain  Park 

Ch.,  Springfield,  Mo..  ».        Feb.  10 

ARTHUR,    SYDNEY,    Shenan- 
doah, la.,  o.        Aprd  16 
ATKINSON,      GEORGE.      Es- 
mond, No.  Dak.,  o.        April  1 
BABB,  J.  F.,  Haverhill.  Mass.,  r.       Nov.  11 
BACHELER,  F.  B.,  Talcottville, 

Conn.,  »■       June  24 

BALDWIN,    FRITZ     W.,     Jr., 
Harvard  Ch.,  Brookline,  Mass., 

0.  i.         May  7 
BANNISTER,    FRED,    Hillside 

Ch.,  Cornish,  Me..  o.       May  28 

BARBER.      LAWRENCE      L., 

Greens  Farms,  Conn.,  o.  i.         Dec.  2 

BATE,    F.    H.,    Winthrop,    Me., 

o.  i.       Sept.  17 
BELL,  A.  B.,  Cobden,  lU..  o.       Sept.  29 

BERG.   WILLIAM    V..   Central 

Ch.,  Philadelphia,  Pa..  t.  Dec.  2 

BOULT.  WILLIAM   T..  Bound 

Brook,  N.  J.,  t".  May  9 

BOYNTON.  E.  C.  CUnton  Av. 

Ch.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y..  o.       May  14 

BOYNTON,  M.  R..  Clinton  Av. 

Ch.,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y..  o.        May  14 

BRADFORD.      ARTHUR      H.. 

Rutland.  Vt.,  ».        Feb.  19 

BRADFORD,  E.  L..  First  Ch., 

Boxford,  Mass.,  t.       June  24 

BREED.  N.  J..  GrinneU,  la.,     o.       Sept.  18 
BREEN.  FRANK  L..  Hennepin. 

Ill  o.  Feb.  4 

BRICKETT.   HARRY   L..   Elm 

St.  Ch..  Southbridge,  Mass..    i.       Dec.  12 
BRISTOL,     F.     L.,     Northboro, 

Mass.  »•       Sept.  10 

BROWN.   FREDERICK  KEN- 
YON,  Southwick,  Mass.,  i.        Oct.  28 
BROWN.     HUGH    E..    Pilgrim 

Ch.,  Seattle,  Wash.,  Aprd  2 

BUCHER,   CHESTER   S.,   Ply- 
mouth Ch.,  Joliet,  111..  o.        May  16 
BULL,  WILBUR  IRVING,  Bil- 

lerica,  Mass.,  o.  June  9 

BUTTERFIELD.  C.   A.,  Olivet 

Ch.,  Springfield.  Mass..  i.         Nov.  7 

BYLES,   CHARLES   H.,   Velva, 

No.  Dak.,  o.       April  25 

CALKINS,    RAYMOND,     First 
Christ,     Cambridge. 


COMMONS.  WALTER  H., 
Whitinsville,  Mass..  i. 

COUSINS,  EDGAR  M.,  First 
Ch.,  Brewer,  Me.,  i- 

CRANE,  B.  E.,  Little  River, 
Kan.,  o. 

CROISSANT,  PHILLIP,  Ster- 
ling, Colo., 

DAVIDSON.  HAROLD  SID- 
NEY, First  Ch.,  Lisbon,  N.  H.. 
i. 

DAVIS,  H.  D..  Wauwatosa,  Wis., 
i. 

DUDLEY,  J.  H.  M..  Elizabeth, 
N.  J.,  o.i. 

EATON,  W.  J.,  South  Coventry. 
Conn.,  o. 

EHLERS,  J.  HENRY.  Chicago. 
lU.,  ». 

EVANS,  D.  B.,  Johnstown.  Pa., 


JESSE.       Benger, 


Ch.  of 

Mass., 
CARNEY, 

Okla.,  o. 

CHAPMAN.  ROY  ANDREWS. 

Sharon,  Vt.,  o. 

CHURCH,    A.    C,    Grantwood, 

N.  J.,  »• 

CLAPP,   RAYMOND   G.,   First 

Trinitarian  Ch.,  Lowell.  Mass.. 

i. 

CLARKE.    HOWARD   E..   Ber- 

nardsville,  N.  J.,  »■ 

COLBY.  R.    H.,  Scarboro,  Me., 


FAVILLE.      THEODORE      R.. 

First  Ch..  Kenosha,  Wis.,  o. 
FEAST,    HAROLD     C,     South 

Framingham,  Mass.,  r. 

GALLAUDET,   HERBERT   D.. 

First  Ch.,  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  i. 
GATES,    CARL    M.,    Wellesley 

Hills,  Mass..  <• 

GOEBEL.    W.    B..     Albemarle. 

N.  C.  o. 

GOLDSMITH.    CHARLES     I., 

Union  Evangelical  Ch..  Stow. 

Mass..  >■• 

GONZALES.    J.    B.,    St.    Louis. 

Mo..  »• 

GRAHAM.  JOHN.  South  Bridg- 

ton.  Me.,  i- 

HALE,    EDWARD    W..    Edina. 

Minn..  o. 

HALL.    F.    L..    North    Haven. 

Conn.,  »■ 

HALL,     THOMAS     EDWARD, 

Columbia,  So.  Dak.  o. 

HAMMOND,   WM.    E.,   Aitkin. 

Minn..  o. 

HANFORD.   E.   J..   Mill   River. 

HARTSHORNE.    HUGH,     Me- 
thuen.  Mass..  o. 

HERRING.  H.  C.  Jr.,  BurUng- 
ton,  Wis.,  0. »'. 

HILL.  W.   H..  Gaylord.   Minn.. 
0.  i. 
HOARE,    WILLIAM    J..    Sher- 
burn,  Minn.,  o. 

HOUSTON,  JOHN  H..  Middle- 
town,  N.  Y.,  o. 
HOWARD,  LAWRENCE  R..  U. 
of  Neb..  Lincoln,  Neb.,  r. 
HUBBARD,   H.   W.,   First  Ch.. 
Montclair,  N.  J.,  o. 
HUFSTADER,      R.      C.      Des 
Jan.  23            Moines,  la.,  o. 
HUNT,   JOHN   E.,   West  Leba- 
Nov.  4            non,  N.  H.,  o. 
HUSEBY.  ADOLPH  O..  Witten- 
July  22           berg.  Wis.,  o- 
ISAACS,  L.  M.,  Orwell,  Vt..  o.  ». 
Jan.  21       JESSELL.  JOSEPH  D.,  Shelby, 
Ala.,  o. 
JONES,      DAVID      EDWARD, 
June  19           Green  Ridge,  M».,                  _  o. 
JONES.   WILLIAM   E..   Monah 
Feb  28           Ch..  Nanticoke,  Pa.,  o. 
JONES,  WILLI.VM  t)..  Cambria, 
Oct.  1            Minn.,  o. 


Dec.  10 
Jan.  26 


Jan.  31 

Nov.  13 

Oct.  8 

March  26 

July  27 

May  13 

June  16 

Jan.  21 

Dec.  17 

April  23 
Oct.  16 
Oct.  15 
Jan.  10 

June  20 
Nov.  3 
May  4 
Sept.  4 
Dec.  30 
Nov.  2 
Jan.  16 
Sept.  18 
Dec.  4 
Jan.  28 
May  23 
May  28 

March  12 

Sept.  3 
Nov.  4 

Oct.  12 

March  4 

June  10 

Nov.  11 


1914] 


Annual  Record. 


KENYON,    F.    T.,    North    Ch., 

Middleboro,  Mass.,  r.        May  27 

KILBOURN,  A.  S.,  Enfield,  N. 

H.,  o.  i.       Sept.  30 

KLINE,  W.  H.,  Wahoo,  Neb.,   o. 

KVASS.  ANDERS  O.,  Mahno- 
men, Mo.,  o.  May  4 

LAMBERT,  HERMAN  W., 
Royal  Heights  Ch.,  JopUn,  Mo., 

o.    March  25 

LA      RUE,      CLARENCE      H., 

North  Hampton,  N.  H.,        o.  i.       Sept.  19 

LEAVITT,  A.  D.,  State  St.  Ch.. 

Portland,  Me.,  i.        May  28 

LEE,  JAMES  HENRY,  May- 
fair  Ch.,  Chicago,  111.,  o.    March  25 

LINCOLN,  C.  A.,  Kirk  St.  Ch.. 

Lowell,  Mass.,  i.    March  10 

LIONSTONE,   a.   ALF.   French 

Lake.  Minn..  o. »'.  June  8 

LOCKWOOD,  GEORGE  R..  PU- 

grim  Ch..  New  York.  N.  Y.,  i.       April  14 

LOEFFLER,  FRIEDRICH, 

German  Ch.,  Fitchburg,  Mass., 

o.  i.        Dec.  16 

LONGENECKER,  F.  B.,  Albion, 

111.,  o.       Sept.  29 

LOUD,     HALAH,     Hampstead. 

N.  H..  i.        May  15 

LUDGATE.  MISS  EVA.  Dan- 
ville, la..  o.       May  21 

LYON.  A.  G..  Riverside  Memorial 

Ch..  Haverhill.  Mass..  i.  Dec.  3 

McCANN.  I.  G.,  Green  St.  Ch.. 

Chicago,  m..  o.        Feb.  21 

MACDONALD,  C.  C,  Rich- 
mond, Me.,  o.  Oct.  8 

MacFARLANE,  W.  F.,  Whiting, 

Vt..  o.        Sept.  2 

MACKAY.  MALCOLM.  Oxford. 

Me..  o.       June  17 

MacLAREN,    JOHN   P..   South 

WiUiamstown,  Mass..  o.       Dec.  10 

MAURER,  W.  I.,  Northampton. 

Mass..  i.       June  10 

MAYER-OAKES.    F.    T.,    First 

Ch.,  Stoughton,  Mass..  i.       May  23 

MAYLOTT.  W.  F..  East  Canaan. 

Conn..  o.        Oct.  29 

MEDLAR.  W.  H..  Glenolden. 
Pa..  i. 

MERRILL.  GEORGE  P.,  Forest 
Heights  Ch.,  Minneapolis, 
Minn.,  i.        Jan.  29 

MILES,    H.    R.,     New     Haven, 

Conn.,  i.       Dec.  18 

MILLER,  CLIFFORD  L.,  Union 

Ch.,  Newport,  R.  I.,  i.        May  22 

MILLER,  DUDLEY,  Byron,  111., 

MORGAN,  PERCIVAL  CAMP- 
BELL, Tryon,  N.  C,  o.       Nov.  14 

MORGAN,  WALTER  A..  First 

Ch..  Dover,  N.  H..  i.      March  5 

MOUSELY.  W.  H.,  High  St.  Ch.. 
Portland,  Me.,  i. 

MOWERY,  DWIGHT  F., 
Beacon  Hill  Ch.,  Kansas  City, 
Mo.,  i.  Feb.  6 

NEWTON,  HARRIE  J.,  Crom- 

bie  St.  Ch.,  Salem,  Mass..        r.  Feb.  5 

NEWTON,  J.  E.,  Rockland.  Me.. 

OLDFIELD,  HARRY  L.,  Mon- 

son.  Mass.,  o.    March  11 

OLIVER,   F.  C.  McHenry,   No. 

Dak.,  o.       Sept.  18 

PATCH,  D.  I.,  Beverly,  Mass.,  r.  Dec.  2 

PATTERSON,  GEORGE  B., 
Cresbard,  So.  Dak.,  o. 

PATTERSON,  JOHN  R.,  Cres- 
bard, So.  Dak.,  o. 

PEARSON,  MILOEBER.  Hyan- 

nis.  Mass..  o.  Dec.  5 


PERRIN.    CARL,    Barlow,    No. 

Dak.,  o. 

PETERS.    JOSEPH    C.    Arena. 

Wis..  o. 

PETERSON,  O.  W.,  Newcastle. 

Me..  i. 

QUINT,   JOHN    H.,    First    Ch.. 

Chelsea,  Mass.,  i. 

REES,      L.,      Stafford     Springs, 

Conn.,  r. 

ROBERTSON,  S.  P..  Plainfield. 

Mass.,  o. 

ROCKWELL,  MARTIN  E.,  Is- 

may.  Mont..  o. 

ROSE.  P.  M..  Cornwall.  Vt.,  o. 
ROUNDY.  RODNEY  W.,  First 

Ch.,  Keene,  N.  H.,  i. 

RUDMAN,  ARTHUR,  Green- 
field, Mass.,  o. 
RUSSELL,     ALEC.     Lakeview, 

SAFFORD,  GEORGE.  Freeport! 

111..  o. 

SCHAFER,  W.  C,  Ironton,  O.. 

SCHAFF.     MAX.     Middletown! 

N.  Y.,  o. 

SCHALL,  L.  E.,  Seattle,  Wash., 

SCHENK,  PHILIP  I.,  Plymouth 
Ch.,  Framingham,  Mass.,         i. 

SEWREY,  C.  F.,  Wahpeton. 
No.  Dak.,  i. 

SHELBY,  C.  L.,  Washington,  O., 

SHERMAN,  C.  R.,  Norwich  Hill! 
Mass.,  o. 

SIMONDS.  J.  R..  Brockton, 
Mass.,  o. 

SMITH.  FRANK  G..  First  Ch.. 
Kansas  City.  Mo..  i. 

SMITH,  H.  F..  West  Medford, 
Mass..  i. 

SPERRY.  W.  L..  First  Ch..  Fall 
River.  Mass..  i. 

STACKMAN.  CARL,  FrankUn 
St.  Ch..  Somerville.  Mass..       i. 

STAI-LARD,  HENRY  C.  Cot- 
tonwood. So.  Dak..  o. 

STOWE.  FREDERICK  W., 
Houghton,  So.  Dak..  o. 

SWEET,  JOHN  E.,  Deer  River. 
N.  Y.  .  o. 

TALBOT,  F.  H.,  Gardner.  So. 
Dak..  o. 

TAMBLYN.  A.  T..  Windsor  Av. 
Ch.,  Hartford,  Conn., 

THAYER,  EARL  H.,  Somera, 
Conn.,  o. 

THORP,  CHARLES  NICHO- 
LAS, Pilgrim  Ch.,  Duluth, 
Minn.,  i. 

TRACY,  W.  S.,  Regan.  So.  Dak.. 

TRUST.  HARRY.  Stockton,  Me.". 

VOORHEES.  J.  B..  Asylum  Hill 

Ch.,  Hartford,  Conn.,  i. 

WANGELIN,    F.    G.,    Mulford, 

WARNER,  C.  C,  Mobridgei 
So.  Dak.,  i. 

WATKINS,  COMMODORE 

ROBERT,  Durham,  Conn.,     o. 

WAUDBY.    C.  E..  Newell,    la., 

WETTERGREN,      GILES      J.', 

Wittenberg,  Wis.,  o. 

WILLIAMS.     W.     G..     Wilkes- 

WILLMOTT.  BENJAMIN  A.,' 
Bethany  Ch.,  Quincy,  Mass.,  i. 

WILLMOT,  FREDERICK, 

West  Somerville,  Mass.,  ». 


Nov.  6 

Oct.  3 

Nov.  5 

Oct.  29 

Sept.  2 

May  21 
June  19 

June  18 

Nov.  6 

March  17 

Nov.  4 

Dec.  4 

June  9 

June  12 

Nov.  12 

Oct.  7 

Oct.  30 

Nov.  14 

May  5 

Oct.  14 

Feb. 17 

Feb.  19 

Nov.  11 

Oct.  7 

June  10 

Feb.  26 

April  29 

March  6 

April  29 

Sept.  18 
Jan.  27 
Oct.  1 
Dec.  16 
Nov.  20 
Oct.  8 
Sept.  3 
Jan.  12 
May  27 


Congregational  Year-Book. 


11914 


WILSON,  CLINTON  W.,  Lan- 
caster, N.  H.,  i. 

WILSON,  MARK,  Flasher,  No. 
Dak.,  o. 

WILSON,     WILLIAM,     Newell, 

WIS'CHKOEMPER,  HENRY 
So  rum.  So.  Dak.,  o. 

WOODROW,  SAMUEL  H.,  Pil- 
grim Ch.,  St.  Louis.  Mo.,  i. 

WORDSWORTH,  WATSON. 
Wallingford,  Vt.,  o. 

WYCKOFF,  CHARLES  S.,  First 
Ch.,  Walton,  N.  Y.,  i. 

YEE,  KIU,  Wailuku  Ch.,  Maui, 
T.  I.,  o. 


Nov.  8 
Oct.  8 


Nov.  11 
Oct.  21 


June  24 
Feb.  26 


May  13 


DISMISSIONS 

ANDERSON,    WILBERT    L.,    First    Ch., 

Amherst,  Mass.,  .lulv  21. 
BAKER,  M.  W.,  Topeka,  Kan.,  June  30. 
BARSTOW,  JOHN,  Lee,  Mass..  April  24. 
BRICKETT,     HARRY     LeROY,     Marion, 

Mass.,  Sept.  23. 
BROKENSHIRE,     WILLIAM     H..     Wood 

Memorial  Ch.,  Cambridge,  Ma.ss.,  Sept.  29. 
BRYANT,     SEELYE,    Winthrop.      Mass., 

Sept.  30. 
COVELL,    ARTHUR    J.,    Rollstone     Ch.. 

Fitchburg,  Mas.s.,  Oct.  7. 
CHILDS.    IRVING    H.,    Deerfield.    Mass., 

April  15. 
COMMONS,  WALTER  H.,  East  Wevmouth, 

Mass.,  Oct.  21. 
DALEY,  C.  M.,  Douglas,  Wyo.,  Sept.  23. 
DAVIS,  ERNEST  C,  Riverside  Ch..  Law- 
rence, Mass.,  Nov.  12. 
DRAWBRIDGE,  ROBERT  W.,  Pepperell. 

Mass.,  Dec.  8. 
FARWELL,    PARRIS   T.,   Wellesley   Hills, 

Ma,ss.,  Mav  28. 
FINDLAY.     JOHN   'L.,     Warren,     Mass., 

Dec.  23. 
GATES,    CARL    M.,    West    Ch.,    Portland, 

Me.,  Nov.  9. 
GOODWIN,     GEORGE      K.      West     Ch., 

Haverhill,  Mass.,  July  28. 
GOUDY,  ARTHUR   L.,   Athol,   Kan.,  May 

13. 
HALL,  OAKEL  F..  Winthrop  Ch.,  Charles- 
town,  Mass.,  Nov.  11. 
HAMLIN.    CHARLES     H.,     Payson    Ch., 

Easthampton,  Mass.,  Sept.  23. 
HANSCOM,  F.  I.,  Pilgrim  Ch.,  Providence, 

R.  I.,  Dec.  31. 
HEWITT,    GEORGE    R.,    West    Medway. 

Mass.,  Jan.  1. 
HILL,    GEORGE    W.    C.    North    Ch.,    St. 

John.sburv,  \'t.,  Sept.  1. 
HOPKINS.  WM.  H.,  Atlanta,  Ga.,  April  2.5. 
HUBBARD.     GEORGE     H.,     Union     Ch.. 

Haverhill.  Mass..  .\pril  25. 


HULBURT,    GUSTAVUS    A.,    Union    Cli., 

Newport,  R.  I.,  Dec.  23. 
LUCE,  FRANK  L.,  Romsey  Ch..  Dorchester. 

Mass.,  Sept.  24. 
MAYNARD.    NEWELL    C,    South    Ch., 

Peabodv,  Mass.,  Oct.  14. 
MEANS.    O.    W.,    Emmanuel    Ch..    Spring- 
field,'Mass. 
MOORE,  F.  L.,  Denver.  Colo..  March  27. 
MOULTON,  J.   W..   Mechanics  Falls.   Me.. 

Oct.  15. 
MUTTART.     WILLIAM     L.,     West     Ch.. 

Gloucester,  Ma.ss.,  Nov.  13. 
OVERMAN.  N.  E..Paonia,  Kan..  June  30. 
PARKER.    A.    M..    Somersworth.    N.     H., 

Oct.  23. 
QUINT,  JOHN   H.,  Brunswick,   Me.,  Oct. 

15. 
REID,     DAVID    C,    Stockbridge,     Mass.. 

Nov.  26. 
ROBERTSON,  A.   A.,  McCook.  Neb. 
SHAFER,    MELVILLE    A.,    Maple    Street 

Ch.,  Danvers,  Mass.,  Oct.  28. 
SHIPMAN.    FRANK    R..   South   Ch..   An- 

dover,  Mass.,  Sept.  9. 
SMITH,  HENRY  F.,  Second  Ch.,  Beverly, 

Mass.,  Mav  28. 
STACKPOLE,  E.  S.,  Bradford,  Mass..  Dec.  3. 
STIM.SON.    CYRUS    F..    Waterville,    Me., 

Feb.  18. 
VINCENT.     CLARENCE     A..     Immanuel- 

Walnut  Avenue  Ch..  Boston.  Mass.,  Dec. 

30. 
WHITE,  F.  D..  Rainy  River.  Minn. 

Dates   other    than  those   given   have    not 
been  furnished. 


MARRIAGES 

AYERS.  WILLIAM  BINGHAM,  and  Sarah 

Abigail  Miller,  Newtonville,  Mass.,  Dec.  8. 
HERRING,  HUBERT  C.  Jr.,  and  Atossa 

Nilsen,  Sunapee.  N.  H.,  Aug.  20. 
HUNT.    JOHN    E..    and    Celia    B.    Leland. 

East  Sangerville,  Me.,  Aug.  27. 
HUNTINGTON.  CHARLES  WHITE,  and 

Emma  Hall  Ellis.  Toledo,  O.,  July  28. 
ISAACS,   I.   M.,  and  Helen  French.  Broad- 
head.  Wis..  Oct.  8. 
KELLY.      EDWARD       P..       Belchertown, 

Mass.,  and  Anna  Isabella  Pope,  Spencer, 

Mass.,  June  11. 
LOCKWOOD,  G.  R..  and  Hazel  R.  Smith, 

Glenolden.  Pa.,  June  30. 
PITTMAX,    HUDSON    H.,    and    Mabel    L. 

Dixon,  Belle  Plaine,  la..  March  19. 
PRICE.  ORA  A.,  and  Jennie  May  Whitcraft, 

Logan.  ()..  Dec.  1. 
TODD,  C.  D.,  and  Beulah  Ditton,  Sedalia, 

Mo..  Julv  30. 
WHITING,  JOHN   CLAPP.  and  Elizabeth 

Margaret  White,  Greenwich,  Conn.,  July 

28. 


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NECROLOGY. 


BRIEF    BIOGRAPHIES  OF  CONGREGATIONAL  MINISTERS  WHO 

DIED    IN   THE   YEAR  1913,    INCLUDING   A    FEW    WHO 

DIED   DURING    PREVIOUS    YEARS. 


Atkins,  Doane  Rich,  son  of  Paul  and  Kezia  (Paine)  Atkins,  was  born  in 
Truro,  Mass.,  April  25,  1845.  Studied  at  Phillips  Academy,  1869;  was 
graduated  from  Amherst,  1873,  and  from  Yale  Divinity  School,  1876.  Was 
ordained  to  the  Congregational  ministry  at  Westbrook,  Conn.,  Jan.  17,  1877. 
Pastorates:  Pastor,  Westbrook,  Conn.,  January,  1877,  to  April  6,  1878;  pastor, 
Brimfield,  Mass.,  September,  1879,  to  Sept.  24,  1881;  pastor,  Custer  City,  So. 
Dak.,  October,  1881,  to  October,  1884;  pastor,  Mitchell,  So.  Dak.,  1884-85; 
pastor,  Columbia,  So.  Dak.,  1884-87;  pastor,  Calumet,  Mich.,  February, 
1888,  to  December,  1892.  a.b.,  Amherst,  1873;  b.d.,  Yale,  1876;  a.m., 
Amherst,  1896.  Publications:  Memorial  discourse  and  hymn,  one  hundred 
and  fiftieth  anniversary  of  Congregational  Church,  Westbrook,  Conn.,  22 
pp.,  Boston;  "Our  Daily  Devotions,"  South  Haven,  Mich.;  The  David 
Swing  Calendar,  1895-96,  Chicago;  song,  "  SaiUng  a  Summer  Sea,"  New 
York,  1906;  Christian  Endeavor  song,  "  The  Star  in  the  East."  Married, 
Dec.  25,  1883,  at  Worcester,  Mass.,  EHzabeth,  daughter  of  Ephraim  Willard 
and  Betsey  Gibert  (Reed)  Wesson.  No  children.  Died  at  South  Haven, 
Mich.,  Oct.  11,  1913,  of  heart  trouble,  aged  68  years,  5  months,  17  days. 

Atwood,  Ireneus  J.,  M.D.,  son  of  Kelley  and  Mary  Ann  Atwood,  was  born 
in  Lake  Mills,  Jefferson  County,  Wis.,  Dec.  4,  1850.  Was  graduated  from 
Ripon  College,  1878,  and  from  Oberlin  Theological  Seminary,  1881.  Studied 
medicine  at  Hahnemann  Medical  College  one  year.  Ordained  at  Oberlin, 
Ohio,  June  25,  1881.  Appointed  missionary  of  the  American  Board,  Shansi 
Mission.  Embarked  Aug.  30,  1882.  Arrived  at  Tai-yuen-fu,  Nov.  1,  1882. 
At  Taiku,  December,  1885.  Transferred  to  North  China  Mission,  June  14, 
1887.  Re-assigned  to  continue  mission  service  in  Shansi,  1890.  Returned  to 
United  States,  March  29,  1909.  Married,  Dec.  25,  1878,  Anneke,  daughter 
of  Henry  Howard  and  Jane  (Curran)  Williams,  who  died  March  9,  1912. 
Three  children,  two  sons  and  one  daughter.  Died  at  Puget  Sound  Sanitarium, 
Tacoma,  Oct.  1,  1913,  after  a  long  period  of  ill-health  brought  about  through 
most  trying  experiences  in  Shansi,  China,  following  the  Boxer  massacres  in 
1900,  aged  62  years,  10  months,  28  days. 

Bacon,  Thomas  Rutherford,  son  of  Rev.  Leonard  Bacon,  d.d.,  ll.d., 
and  Catherine  Elizabeth  (Terry)  Bacon,  was  born  in  New  Haven,  Conn., 
June  26,  1850.  He  received  his  academic  training  at  the  Hopkins  Grammar 
School,  New  Haven,  Conn.  Was  graduated  from  Yale  College,  1872.  In 
1873,  in  railway  surveying  in  Cattaraugus  County,  New  York;  spent  a  year  in 
Europe.  Entered  Yale  Divinity  School,  September,  1874.  Was  graduated 
in  1877.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Terre  Haute,  Ind.,  September,  1878;  or- 
dained pastor,  April  17,  1879,  to  May,  1880;  without  charge  until  November; 
pastor,  Dwight  Place  Church,  New  Haven,  Conn.,  1880-84;  associate  editor 
and  editor  of  New  Haven  Morning  Neivs,  1884-86;  associate  editor  of  The 
New  Englander;   pastor,  Berkeley,  Cal.,  June,  1887;    instructor  in  history  in 


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the  University  of  California;  resigned  pastorate,  1889,  to  become  associate 
professor  of  European  history.  Since  1895,  professor  of  modern  European  his- 
tory. Official  delegate  of  the  University  of  California  to  the  Yale  bicentennial 
celebration.  President  of  the  University  Club  in  Berkeley.  Married,  in  Terre 
Haute,  Ind.,  Aug.  18,  1880,  Tenny  Bement  Foote.  No  children.  Died  in 
Berkeley,  Cal.,  March  26,  1913,  from  angina  pectoris,  aged  62  years,  9  months. 

Bailey,  George  Hamilton,  son  of  Jeremiah  and  Laura  (Washburn) 
Bailey,  was  born  in  Canton,  N.  Y.,  April  28,  1839.  Studied  at  People's 
Academy,  Morrisville,  Vt.,  1860;  was  graduated  from  Middlebury  College, 
1864,  and  from  Bangor  Theological  Seminary,  1867.  Was  ordained  at  New- 
port, Vt.,  Nov.  26,  1867.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Newport,  Vt.,  October, 
1867,  to  May  1,  1871;  pastor,  Griggsville,  111.,  February,  1875  to  1878;  pas- 
tor, Fairport,  N.  Y.,  May,  1878,  to  May,  1880;  pastor,  Moravia,  N.  Y., 
May,  1880,  to  October,  1886;  pastor,  Frankhn,  N.  Y.,  November,  1886,  to 
October,  1893;  pastor,  Ashfield,  Mass.,  November,  1893,  to  July,  1899; 
pastor,  Ferri-sburg,  Vt.,  February,  1900,  to  January,  1907;  pastor,  Weybridge, 
Vt.,  January,  1907,  to  February,  1913.  Treasurer  New  York  Congrega- 
tional Conference,  1879-1893.  Private  Sixth  Vermont  Infantry,  Company  B, 
1861-63.  A.M.,  Middlebury  College,  1868.  Pubhcations:  Memorial  address 
on  death  of  President  Garfield,  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  1881;  Memorial  address  on 
the  centennial  of  Mary  Lyon,  Ashfield,  Mass.,  1897.  Married,  Oct.  4,  1861, 
at  Morrisville,  Vt.,  Thankful  Caira,  daughter  of  Loren  and  Fidelia  (Paine) 
Bundy.  Six  children,  five  Uving.  Died  Feb.  22,  1913,  at  Weybridge,  Vt., 
from  heart  failure  following  la  grippe  and  uremic  poison,  aged  73  years, 
10  months,  25  days. 

Baker,  George,  son  of  Jason  and  Joyce  (Hicks)  Baker,  was  born  in 
Pemsett,  England,  Jan.  7,  1840.  Began  preaching  when  six'teen  years  of  age. 
Later  was  missionary  in  Sheffield  and  Manchester,  England.  Studied  at 
Ower's  College.  Was  assistant  pastor  of  Ebenezer  Church,  Dewsberry, 
England.  Was  pastor  five  years  of  the  Congregational  Chapel,  Rillington, 
England,  and  was  ordained  at  that  place  in  1879.  Came  to  the  United  States 
in  1883.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Cheaswing,  Mich.,  1883-84;  served  as  mission- 
ary in  Washington  Territory  about  six  years  in  an  area  covering  nearly  two 
hundred  and  fifty  square  miles  in  the  northern  part  of  WTiatcom  County. 
Pastor  of  churches  in  Cowlitz,  Clarke,  Shamania,  King,  Skagit,  and  Snohomish 
counties.  His  last  charge  was  at  Miles,  la.,  1912  until  death.  Was  married 
in  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  Dec.  23,  1900,  to  Harriet  Almira,  daughter  of  James 
Henry  Shaw,  of  Ontario,  and  Sarah  (Snell)  Harvey,  of  Nova  Scotia,  who  sur- 
vives him.  One  son,  hving.  Died  in  Seattle,  Wash.,  July  12,  1913,  of  paralysis, 
aged  73  years,  6  months,  5  days. 

Bedford,  Robert  Charles,  son  of  John  and  Elizabeth  (Markham) 
Bedford,  was  born  in  Sutton,  Cambridgp.shire,  England,  Dec.  5,  1847.  Was 
graduated  from  Beloit  College,  1872.  Studied  theology  at  Andover  and  "was 
graduated  from  Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  1875.  Was  ordained  at 
Vermontville,  Mich.,  Nov.  30,  1875.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Vermontville, 
Mich.,  1875-76;  pastor,  Eaton  Rapids,  Mich.,  1876-79;  pastor,  Rockton, 
111.,  1880-81;  pastor,  Watertown,  Wis.,  1881-82;  pa.stor,  Montgomery,  Ala., 
1882-90;  pastor,  Rockton,  111.,  1892-98.  Secretary  of  trustees  and  financial 
agent  of  Tuskegee  Institute,  1890-1912.  Married,  April  28,  1875,  Mary  G., 
adopted  daughter  of  Norman  and  Adeline  Dutcher,  who  died  in  Montgomery, 
Ala.,   Feb.  4,  1886.     Four  children,   two  sons  and   two  daughters,  Uving. 


1914]  Necrology.  11 

Married  in  Rockton,  111.,  Feb.  1,  1888,  Mrs.  Sarah  A.  Comstock,  daughter  of 
John  W.  and  Chloe  B.  (Harrison)  Winsor.  Died  in  Tuskegee,  Ala.,  Jan. 
1,  1912,  from  angina  pectoris,  aged  65  years,  1  month,  27  days. 

BisBEE,  Marvin  Davis,  son  of  Abner  and  Cynthia  (Rolph)  Bisbee,  was 
born  in  Chester,  Vt.,  June  21,  1845.  Prepared  for  college  at  Kimball  Union 
Academy,  Meriden,  N.  H.,  and  graduated  from  Dartmouth  College,  1871. 
Studied  at  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1871-73,  and  at  Chicago  Theological 
Seminary,  1873-74,  graduating  from  the  latter  in  1874.  Was  ordained  at 
Penacook,  N.  H.,  Sept.  10,  1874,  and  was  pastor  there,  1874-77,  and  of  Chaple 
church,  Cambridgeport,  Mass.,  1877-81.  Associate  editor  The  Congrega- 
tionalist,  1881-86.  Librarian  of  Dartmouth  College,  1886-1910,  being  also 
professor  of  divinity,  1887-93,  and  of  bibhography,  1893-1910.  Director  of 
extension  courses,  Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  1910-12.  Edited  "  Song.s 
of  the  Pilgrims,"  1887.  Member  of  the  American  Historical  Association,  the 
American  BibUographical  Society,  the  New  Hampshire  Historical  Society, 
and  the  American  Library  Association.  Married,  Aug.  27,  1873,  Susan 
Augusta  Silsby,  of  Springfield,  Vt.,  who  died  March  20,  1908.  The  survivor 
of  their  two  children  is  the  wife  of  Rev.  Carl  M.  Gates,  of  Wellesley  Hills, 
Mass.  Died  in  Windham,  Me.,  Aug.  28,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  68  years, 
2  months,  7  days. 

BoARDMAN,  Joseph,  was  born  in  Amesbury,  Mass.,  Jime  18,  1833.  He 
graduated  from  Amherst  College  in  1855  and  from  Andover  Seminary  in  1860. 
Was  ordained  at  Pownal,  Me.,  March  20, 1861,  and' was  pastor  there  1860-65; 
Hopkinton,  Mass,  1865-68;  Chiltonville,  Mass.,  1869-70;  Pawtucket  church, 
Dracut  (now  LoweU),  Mass.,  1870-74;  Craftsbury,  Vt.,  May,  1875,  to  Sep- 
tember, 1881;  Seabrook  and  Hampton  Falls,  N.  H.,  1881-84;  Barnet,  Vt., 
September,  1884,  to  January,  1903;  Roxbury,  Vt.,  June,  1903,  to  January, 
1904.  Then  made  his  home  at  Pljonouth,  N.  H.,  until  his  death,  Feb. 
21,  1913.  His  wife  died  in  May,  1903.  Three  sons  and  two  daughters 
survive.     He  was  79  years,  8  months,  3  days  old. 

BoDWELL,  Joseph  Connor,  son  of  Joseph  Connor  and  Catherine  (Sykes) 
Bodwell,  was  born  in  Weymouth,  England,  Feb.  29,  1840.  He  was  the  grand- 
son of  Rev.  N.  Emmons,  of  Frankhn,  Mass.  Was  graduated  from  Phillips 
Academy,  N.  Y.,  1859;  from  Dartmouth  College,  1863;  studied  at  Harvard 
Law  School,  1864,  and  admitted  to  the  bar  in  Cambridge,  Mass.  Was  gradu- 
ated from  Hartford  Theological  Seminary,  1871.  Was  ordained  to  the  Con- 
gregational ministry  at  Thompson,  Conn.,  Feb.  13,  1872.  Pastorates: 
Pastor  by  council,  Thompson,  Conn.,  1872-74;  pastor  installed,  Stockbridge, 
Mass.,  1874-77;  pastor  installed,  Leavenworth,  Kan.,  1877-79;  pastor 
installed,  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1880-86;  pastor  installed,  Lyndonville,  Vt., 
1887-1905;  pastor  installed,  Machiasport,  Me.,  1905-06;  without  charge, 
Machiasport,  Me.,  until  death.  Degree:  m.a.,  Dartmouth,  1886.  State 
attorney,  Minnesota,  1867;  commander,  Farnsworth  Post,  G.  A.  R.,  Lyndon- 
ville, Vt.,  1894;  chaplain  Department  of  G.  A.  R.,  1896.  Served  in  Seventh 
Squadron,  Rhode  Island  Cavalry,  in  Shenandoah,  1862.  Publications: 
"  Funeral  Sermon  for  Rev.  Ebenezer  Gay,"  Bridgwater,  Mass.,  1886;  "Among 
the  Trout  of  the  Kennebec,"  in  "  Forest,  Lake  and  River  ";  "  The  Fishes  of 
New  England  and  Eastern  Canada  "  (2  vols.),  Boston.  Married,  June  15, 
1871,  at  Hartford,  Conn.,  Lydia  A.,  daughter  of  John  R.  and  Lydia  A.  (Co- 
burn)  Kimball.  One  son.  They  survive  him.  Died  at  Machiasport,  Me., 
April  17,  1913,  of  apoplexy,  aged  73  years,  1  month,  19  days. 


12  Co7igregational  Year-Book.  [1914 

Brown,  George,  was  born  in  Bristol,  England,  Nov.  30,  1844.  Was 
ordained  to  tho  Baptist  ministry  in  Moreland,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  3,  1869.  Pastor- 
ates: Pastor,  Clay  Center,  Kan.,  1906-11.  Married  Emma  J.,  daughter  of 
Phillip  and  Mary  A.  Popplestonc.  Nine  cliildren,  seven  living.  Died  in 
Clay  Center,  Kan.,  1913,  from  heart  trouble,  aged  69  years. 

BuiE,  Joseph,  son  of  Prentiss  and  Mary  Emma  (McCree)  Buie,  was  born 
in  Caseyville,  Miss.,  July  26,  1874.  Attended  school  at  Oxford,  Miss.  Was 
graduated  from  the  State  University  of  Mississippi  (having  studied  law) .  Was 
ordained  to  the  ministry  in  Oakland,  Cal.,  Oct.  10,  1896.  Entered  the  Congre- 
gational ministry  at  Lincoln,  Cal.,  1907.  Pastor  at  Waynoka,  Okla.,  1909-11; 
Mound  City,  111.,  1911  until  death.  Married,  July  26,  1896,  Kittie  Hofler, 
at  Gilroy,  Cal.,  who  survives  him.  Two  sons,  both  living.  Died  Feb.  14, 
1913,  at  Mound  City,  111.,  in  railroad  accident,  aged  38  years,  6  rnonths,  26 
days. 

Clark,  Edson  Lyman,  son  of  Deacon  Ithamar  and  Ursula  (Lyman) 
Clark,  was  born  at  Easthampton,  Mass.,  April  1,  1827.  W^as  graduated  from 
Yale  College,  1853;  taught  three  years  in  New  York,  and  after  two  years' 
study  in  Union  Theological  Seminary  was  graduated  in  1858.  Was  ordained 
in  Dalton,  Mass.,  Nov.  30,  1859.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Dalton,  Mass.,  1858- 
67;  North  Branford,  Conn.,  1867-77;  pastor,  Southampton,  Mass.,  1877-86; 
pastor,  Norwich  Hill,  Ma.ss.,  1886-87;  pa.stor,  Charlemont,  Mass.,  1889-92; 
pastor,  Peru,  Mass.,  1893-98;  without  charge,  Dalton,  Mass.,  1898  until  death. 
Member  of  the  American  Oriental  Society.  Publications:  "The  Arabs  and 
the  Turk,"  1876;  "  The  Races  of  European  Turkey,"  1878;  "  Fundamental 
Questions,  chiefly  relating  to  the  Book  of  Genesis  and  the  Hebrew  Scriptures," 
1882.  Married  in  New  York  City,  Dec.  8,  1858,  Jane  Ehzabeth,  daughter  of 
Eli  and  Sarah  (Healey)  Stone,  of  New  York  City,  who  died  Dec.  19,  1905. 
Three  children,  none  living.  Died  in  Dalton,  Mass.,  March  2,  1913,  of  pneu- 
monia, aged  85  years,  11  months,  1  day. 

Clary,  Timothy  Farrar,  son  of  Rev.  Joseph  Ward  and  Anna  Farrar  Clarj-, 
was  bom  in  Dover,  N.  H.,  April  25,  1817.  Was  graduated  from  Dartmouth 
College,  1841,  and  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1846.  Resident 
licentiate,  1846-48.  Was  ordained  at  Thetford,  Vt.,  Dec.  12,  1849.  Pastor- 
ates: Thetford,  Vt.,  1849-55;  Ashland,  Mass.,  1856-59;  Wareham,  Mass., 
1860-67;  without  charge,  Wareham,  Mass.,  1867-73;  Mattapan,  Mass., 
1873  until  death.  Married,  Nov.  17,  1852,  to  Sarah,  daughter  of  Stedman 
Willard,  Orford,  N.  H.  Two  daughters  and  three  sons  survive.  Died  at 
Mattapan,  of  old  age,  Feb.  27,  1913,  aged  95  years,  10  months,  2  days. 

CooMBE,  Philip,  son  of  Richard  and  Mary  (Thompson)  Coombe,  was  born 
in  Docking,  England,  Sept.  28,  1850.  Was  graduated  from  Pacific  Tlieological 
Seminary,  1881,  and  ordained  at  Ferndale,  Cal.,  1881.  Pastorates:  Supply, 
Ferndale,  Cal.,  1881-86;  without  charge,  1887-93;  pastor,  San  Francisco,  Cal., 
1893-1904;  without  charge,  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  1904  until  death.  Married, 
at  Ferndale,  Cal.,  Nov.  29,  1881,  Margaret  C,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Zip- 
porah  (Patrick)  Russ.  Six  children,  all  living.  Died  May  15,  1912,  at  Marys- 
ville,  Cal.,  of  heart  failure,  aged  61  years,  7  months,  18  days. 

Crafts,  Daniel  L.,  was  born  in  1849  (?).  Ordained  July  19,  1876.  Pastor- 
ates: Pastor,  South  Deimis,  Ma.ss.,  1S94;  without  charge  at  Lynn,  Mass., 
189.5-1902;  at  West  Mansfield,  Ma.ss.,  1902-03;  at  Stratham,  N.  H.,  1904-05; 
at  Foxboro,  Mass.,  1906  until  death.  Died  in  Foxboro,  Mass.,  Sept.  9,  1911, 
of  diabetes,  aged  62  years,  7  months,  23  days. 


1914]  Necrology.  13 

Crosswell,  Micah  Sampson,  was  born  in  Farmington  Falls,  Me.,  July 
20,  1833.  Was  graduated  from  Amherst  College,  1855.  Taught  in  Geneseo 
Seminary,  Illinois.  Enlisted  as  private  in  the  Eighth  Regiment,  Minnesota 
Volunteers.  Was  promoted  to  Lieutenant-General,  General  Polk's  staff, 
serving  in  the  Commissary  Department  during  the  entire  war.  Received 
honorable  discharge,  August,  1866.  Was  graduated  from  Chicago  Theological 
Seminary,  1868.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Emporia,  Kan.,  1868-70;  without 
charge,  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  1870;  pastor,  Somona,  Cal.,  1871-78;  pastor, 
Amboy,  111.,  1878-80;  pastor,  Paxton,  111.,  1880-82;  without  charge,  Chicago, 
111.,  1883;  pastor.  Center  Point  and  Independence,  la.,  1884-85;  pastor, 
Rogers,  Ark.,  1886-87;  without  charge.  Greenwood,  Ark.,  1889-90;  without 
charge,  Chicago,  III,  1891-92;  Los  Angeles,  Cal.,  1893-1909;  Altadena,  Cal., 
1909  until  death.  Died  in  Altadena,  Cal.,  April  9,  1913,  from  heart  trouble, 
aged  79  years,  8  months,  20  days. 

Crouch,  William  Sly,  son  of  Capt.  James  and  Elizabeth  (Fletcher) 
Crouch,  was  born  in  London,  England,  Sept.  2,  1844.  Was  placed  in  Seaman's 
Orphans'  Home  and  later  in  the  Workingman's  College.  Apprenticed  to  a 
printer's  estabhshment.  Ordained  to  the  Congregational  ministry  at  St. 
Mary's,  Kan.,  in  1888.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Wakefield,  Kan.,  1871.  Preached 
in  Louisville,  Kan.,  1880-82;  St.  Marys  and  Maple  Hill,  Kan.,  1888-1909; 
without  charge,  Maple  Hill,  Kan.,  1909  until  death.  Was  married,  1865,  to 
Sarah,  daughter  of  George  and  Hannah  Last,  who  deceased  in  Maple  Hill, 
Kan.,  March,  1888.  Six  children,  three  sons  and  three  daughters,  all  living. 
Married  Mrs.  M.  J.  Warren,  daughter  of  Samuel  B.  and  JuHa  A.  M. 
Cheney,  Newton,  Mass.  No  children.  Died  at  Maple  Hill,  Kan.,  Sept.  2, 
1913,  of  heart  trouble,  aged  69  years. 

CuMMiNGS,  Henry,  son  of  Joshua  and  Hepsibah  (Hale)  Cummings,  was 
born  in  Royalston,  Mass.,  Sept.  12,  1823.  Studied  at  Westminster  Academy, 
Massachusetts.  Was  graduated  from  Amherst,  1847,  and  from  Andover  Theo- 
logical Seminary,  1850.  Resident  hcentiate,  Andover,  1851.  Was  ordained  at 
Newport,  N.  H.,  July  16,  1851.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Newport  N.  H., 
July  16,  1851,  to  July  25,  1866;  pastor  by  council,  Rutland,  Mass.,  Sept.  5, 
1866,  to  July  1,  1874;  pastor  installed,  Strafford,  Vt.,  July  29,  1874,  to  June  6, 
1905;  pastor  emeritus,  Strafford,  Vt.,  1905.  a.m.,  Amherst,  1854.  Chairman 
of  school  committee,  Newport,  N.  H.,  Rutland,  Mass.,  and  Strafford,  Vt.; 
trustee  of  KimbaU  Union  Academy,  Meriden,  N.  H.,  1861-67.  Historical 
discourse.  Congregational  Church,  Strafford,  Vt.,  Nov.  30,  1882,  20  pp. 
Married,  Sept.  9,  1851,  Mary  Ann,  daughter  of  Ephraim  and  Mary  (Roper) 
Beaman,  who  deceased  Oct.  11,  1904.  Five  children,  all  living.  Died  at 
Strafford,  Vt.,  Feb.  21,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  89  years,  5  months,  9  days. 

Curtis,  William  Willis,  son  of  Rev.  Otis  Freeman  and  Marilla  (Wright) 
Curtis,  was  born  in  Waukesha,  Wis.,  June  29,  1845.  Was  graduated  from 
Beloit  College,  1870,  and  from  Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  1873.  b.a., 
Beloit,  1870;  a.m.,  Beloit,  1874.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Calumet, 
Mich.,  1873-76;  pastor,  Hancock,  Mich.,  1876-77;  member  of  Japan  Mission, 
A.  B.  C.  F.  M.,  with  residence  at  Osaka,  Sendai,  and  Sappori,  October,  1877, 
to  1901 ;  field  missionary  of  the  Industrial  Missionary  Association  of  Alabama, 
1905-13,  residing  at  Oberlin,  Ohio.  Married,  in  Evansville,  Wis.,  Aug.  31, 
1877,  Deha  Ehza,  daughter  of  Rev.  James  Watson  and  Maria  Adelaide 
(Foster)  Watson,  who  deceased  in  Osaka,  Japan,  Oct.  13,  1880.  Married,  in 
Painesville,  Ohio,  Lydia  Virginia,  daughter  of  Salmon  and  Mary  Jane  (Col- 


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well)  Cone.  Four  children,  all  living.  Died  in  Ashtabula,  Ohio,  April  11,  1913, 
aged  67  years,  9  months,  13  days. 

Darling,  Marcellus  W.,  was  born  in  New  York  state,  March,  1844. 
Was  educated  in  Jamestown  Academy,  New  York;  was  graduated  from 
Albion  CoUege,  Michigan,  and  Michigan  University,  Ann  Arbor,  1875.  Was 
ordained,  1878.  Pastorates:  Pastor, ,  Mich.,  1878-80;  pastor,  Elk- 
hart, Ind.,  1880-86;  pastor,  Sioux  City,  la.,  1886-1900;  pastor,  Glencoe, 
111.,  1900-10;  chaplain  of  the  National  Soldiers  Home,  near  Milwaukee,  Wis., 
1910.  His  wife  and  two  sons  survive  him.  Died  in  Augustana  Hospital, 
Chicago,  111.,  Feb.  7,  1913,  of  tuberculosis,  aged  68  years,  11  months. 

Day,  Warren  Finney,  d.d.,  son  of  Horace  and  Laura  (Ladd)  Day,  was 
bom  in  Sharon,  Vt.,  April  1,  1838.  Studied  at  Toulon  Institute,  lUinois; 
studied  at  Knox  CoUege  and  at  Beloit  College,  and  was  graduated  from 
Wheaton  College,  lUinois,  1863,  and  from  Chicago  Theological  Seminary, 
1866.  Ordained  at  Bloomingdale,  111.,  May  2,  1866.  Preached  three  years 
before  ordination.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Bloomingdale,  April  1,  186.5,  to 
April,  1868;  pastor,  Vernon,  Mich.,  AprU  1,  1868,  to  February,  1869;  pastor, 
Galesburg,  Mich.,  February,  1869,  to  February,  1874;  pastor.  Union  City, 
Mich.,  February,  1874,  to  October,  1877;  pastor,  East  Saginaw,  Mich.,  Oct.  1, 
1877,  to  October,  1882;  one  year  spent  abroad;  pastor,  Ottawa,  lU.,  Sept.  1, 
1883,  to  December,  1894;  pastor,  Los  Angeles,  Cal.,  December,  1894,  to 
January,  1913.  Degrees:  a.b.,  Wheaton,  1863;  a.m.,  ^\Tieaton,  1866;  b.d., 
Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  1866;  d.d.,  Chicago  Theological  Seminary, 
1895.  Vice-president  Illinois  Home  Mi.s.sionary  Society;  trustee,  Pomona 
College.  PubUcations:  Sermons  in  pamphlets  and  articles  in  magazines. 
Married,  in  Elburn,  111.,  Oct.  4,  1865,  Rachel  C,  daughter  of  William  and 
Mary  (Allen)  Beith,  who  survives  him.  Three  children,  one  living.  Rev. 
William  Horace  Day.  Died  in  Los  Angeles,  Cal.,  Jan.  8,  1913,  of  heart  failure, 
aged  74  years,  9  months,  7  days. 

Deyo,  Clarence  Eugene,  son  of  Frank  E.  and  Emma  Hart  (Cooper) 
Dcyo,  was  born  in  Glenham,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  20,  1868.  Studied  at  Danbury, 
Conn.,  High  School  and  Eastman  Business  CoUege,  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.,  and 
also  (special)  at  the  George  Washington  University,  District  of  Coliunbia. 
One  year  at  Yale  Divinity  School.  Sui)pUed  Monson,  Me.,  June  1,  1912,  to 
May  30,  1913;  Bethlehem,  Conn.,  four  months.  Married,  Sept.  11,  1912, 
Jessie,  daughter  of  Major  George  CoUins  and  Pauline  (Carpenter)  Potwin. 
No  chUdren.  Died  Aug.  27,  1913,  at  Waterbury,  Conn.,  as  a  result  from 
operation  for  appendicitis,  aged  44  years,  10  months,  7  days. 

Dike,  Samuel  Warren,  ll.d.,  son  of  George  and  Hannah  Waters  (Snow) 
Dike,  was  born  in  Thomp.son,  Conn.,  Feb.  10,  1839.  Studied  at  Nichols 
Academy,  Dudley,  Mass.  Was  graduated  from  Williams  CoUege,  1863; 
studied  at  Theological  Institute  of  Connecticut,  East  Windsor  Hill,  Conn, 
(now  Hartford  Theological  Seminary),  two  years,  1863-65,  and  was  graduated 
from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1866.  Was  ordained  at  West  Randolph, 
Vt.,  Feb.  3,  1869.  Pastorates:  Acting  pastor,  Pomfret,  Conn.,  1866-67; 
pastor.  West  Randolph,  Vt.,  1868-78;  pastor,  Royalton,  Vt.,  1878-82; 
without  charge,  Royalton,  Vt.,  1882-87;  at  Auburndale,  Mass.,  1887-1913. 
Secretary  of  National  League  for  the  Protection  of  the  Family,  afterward 
known  as  the  National  Divorce  League,  1882-1913.  Degree:  ll.d., 
WiUiams,  1888.  Publications:  Articles  and  statistics  on  family  Ufa  and 
divorce  (arranged  for  Boston  Pubhc  Library).     Married,  Oct.  29,  1872,  at 


1914]  Necrology.  15 

Montpelier,  Vt.,  Augusta  Margaret,  daughter  of  Jacob  and  Althea  (Bates) 
Smith.  Four  children,  who  with  the  widow  survive  him.  Died  at  Auburn- 
dale,  Dec.  3,  1913,  from  heart  failuie  following  acute  cystitis  supervening 
upon  arteriosclerosis,  aged  74  years,  9  months,  24  days. 

DoANE,  John,  son  of  Thomas  and  Sophia  Dennison  (Clark)  Doane,  was 
born  in  Charlestown,  Mass.,  July  31,  1855.  Studied  at  Charlestown  High 
School;  was  graduated  from  Harvard  University,  1880;  spent  one  year  in 
civil  engineering  with  his  father;  studied  two  years  at  Oberlin;  graduated 
from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1884,  and  was  ordained  at  Cleveland, 
Ohio,  1884.  Pastorates:  Pa.stor,  Olivet  Chapel,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  1884-89; 
pastor.  Grand  Island,  Neb.,  1890-93;  pastor,  Plymouth  Church,  Lincoln, 
Neb.,  1893-1902;  pastor,  Fremont,  Neb.,  1902-05;  pastor,  Greeley,  Colo., 
1905-11;  pastor.  Mission  Hills  Church,  San  Diego,  Cal.,  1911-13.  Was 
married  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Oct.  30,  1884,  to  AUce  Welch,  daughter  of  G.  W. 
and  Mary  Lois  (Church)  Cowles,  who  survives  him.  Two  sons  and  one 
daughter  living.  Died  at  San  Diego,  Cal.,  July  17,  1913,  of  peritonitis,  aged 
57  years,  11  months,  17  days. 

DtiNSTAN,  E.  Tremayne,  was  born  in  Cornwall,  England,  1861.  Became 
a  Methodist  laj^  preacher  at  sixteen  years  of  age.  Was  graduated  from  Rich- 
mond College  in  1881,  and  commissioned  to  go  to  South  Africa,  remaining 
there  foiu*  years,  assistant  pastor  to  Dr.  Chfford.  Became  pastor  of  Trinity 
-Congregational  Church,  1888;  and  pastor  of  the  Pitts  Street  Congregational 
Church,  Sydney,  N.  S.  W.  Organized  the  Whitefield  Institutional  Church  in 
1904.  Became  pastor  of  West  Seattle  Congregational  Church  in  1908, 
remaining  until  his  death.  Married  Jane  L.  C.  Smith,  who  survives  him. 
Seven  children,  all  Uving.  Died  in  West  Seattle,  Wash.,  Feb.  18,  1913,  of 
angina  pectoris,  aged  52  years,  2  months,  18  days. 

Emery,  Samuel  Harvey,  son  of  Chelhs  and  Martha  (Cross)  Emery,  was 
born  in  West  Albany,  Vt.,  May  6,  1852.  Was  ordained  to  the  Baptist  ministry, 
in  Seal  Cove,  Me.,  Sept.  5,  1877.  Pastorates  (in  Baptist  chiu-ches):  Pastor, 
Seal  Cove,  Me.,  1877;  Bellows  Falls,  Vt.;  Salem,  Mass.;  Sanford,  Me.; 
Warren,  Me.;  Saco,  Me.;  North  Berwick,  Me.;  and  following  these  pastorates 
entered  into  the  Congregational  ministry.  Superintendent  of  Associated 
Charities,  Taunton,  Mass.,  1886-89;  was  elected  pastor  emeritus,  Winslow 
Church,  Taunton,  Mass.,  1896;  pastor,  West  Newark,  N.  Y.,  1891-97;  with- 
out charge,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  1898-1905;  pastor,  Interlaken,  Mass.,  1906- 
10;  pastor,  Chatham,  Mass.,  1910-11;  without  charge,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  1911 
until  death.  Was  superintendent  of  pubhc  schools  at  North  Berwick,  Me., 
and  Stockbridge,  Mass.  Pubhcations:  "  Thoughts  for  the  Thoughtful,"  36 
pp.  Married,  in  BurHngton,  Vt.,  Nov.  27,  1873,  Ellen  E.,  daughter  of  Joseph 
E.  and  Martha  K.  (Shumway)  Pelton,  who  survives  him.  One  child  living. 
Died  in  Chatham,  Mass.,  Feb.  2,  1913,  from  cancer,  aged  60  years,  8  months, 
24  days. 

Emmons,  Henry  Vaughn,  son  of  WiUiam  and  Lucy  (Vaughn)  Emmons,  and 
grandson  of  Dr.  Nathaniel  Emmons,  was  born  in  Augusta,  Me.,  Nov.  3, 
1832.  Studied  at  Hallowell  and  Gorham  Academies,  Maine.  Was  graduated 
from  Amherst  College  in  1854  and  from  Bangor  Seminary,  1859.  Was  or- 
dained at  Pembroke,  Me.,  Nov.  4,  1859.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Pembroke,  Me., 
1859-62;  pastor.  Perry,  Me.,  1862-65;  pastor  installed,  Lancaster,  N.  H., 
1865-74;  Sunday-school  work  and  supplying  in  churches,  1874-84;  pastor, 
Oxford,  Me.,   1884-86;    pastor,  Brownfield,  Me.,  1887-90;    pastor,  Kittery 


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Point,  Me.,  1890-1902;  without  charge,  Northboro,  Mass.,  1902;  without 
charge,  Framingham,  Mass.,  1902  until  death.  Served  on  the  Christian 
Commission,  lSt)2-65,  stationed  at  Beaufort,  S.  C,  and  later  in  the  field 
with  the  army  in  Virginia.  Publications:  Editor  of  Prof.  George  Shepard's 
sermons  and  historical  addresses.  Married,  in  Bangor,  Me.,  Sept.  6,  1865, 
Anne,  daughter  of  Prof.  George  Shepard,  of  Bangor  Seminary,  and  Lydia 
(Fuller)  Shepard.  Five  children,  four  living.  Died  in  Framingham,  Mass., 
Dec.  29,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  81  years,  1  month,  26  days. 

Ferris,  Hiram  Janes,  son  of  William  Peck  and  Betsey  Ann  (Janes)  Ferris, 
was  born  in  Johnstown,  Rock  County,  Wis.,  April  20,  1847.  Received  his 
academic  education  at  Milton  Academy,  Wis.;  was  graduated  from  Chicago 
Theological  Seminary,  1876;  was  ordanied  at  Stillman,  111.,  Sept.  5,  1876. 
Pastorates:  Pastor,  Stilhnan,  III.,  1876-82;  pastor.  New  Milford,  111.,  1876- 
81;  pastor,  Menasha,  Wis.,  1882-85;  studied  at  Andover  Theological  Seminary, 
one  year;  pastor,  Columbus,  111.,  1886-1900;  pastor,  Oak  Park,  111.,  1904; 
without  charge,  Elkhart,  Ind.,  1905.  Trustee  of  Beloit  College  and  Milwaukee 
Downer  College;  president  of  State  Y.  P.  S.  C.  E.  Married,  in  Milton,  Wis., 
Sept.  5,  1872,  Harriet,  daughter  of  Levi  and  Sarah  (Wood)  Sanborn,  who 
survives  him.  Five  children,  three  sons,  two  daughters,  all  living.  Died  in 
Elkhart,  Ind.,  Oct.  7,  1912,  of  cancer,  aged  65  years,  5  months,  18  days. 

FisK,  Perrin  Bacheldor,  son  of  Lyman  and  Mary  (Spofford)  Fisk,  was 
born  in  Waitsfield,  Vt.,  July  3,  1837.  Studied  at  Barre  Academy,  Ban;e, 
Vt.,  1860.  Was  graduated  from  Bangor  Theological  Seminary,  1863;  was 
ordained  at  Dracut,  Mass.,  1863.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Dracut,  Mass., 
1863-65;  pastor,  Rockport,  Me.,  1865-66;  pastor,  Peacham,  Vt.,  1866-70; 
pastor,  Lyndonville,  Vt.,  1870-74;  pastor,  Springfield,  Vt.,  1874-78;  pastor. 
Lake  City,  Minn.,  1878-82;  pastor,  Piano,  111.,  1884-85;  pastor  installed,  Mt. 
Dora,  Fla.,  1885-87;  pastor,  Altamont,  Fla.,  1887-89;  pastor,  Morrisville, 
Vt.,  1889-92;  pastor,  Lyndon,  Vt.,  1892-98;  pastor,  Greensboro,  Vt.,  1899 
to  Nov.  1,  1901;  without  charge,  St.  Johnsbury  Centre,  Vt.,  1901-05; 
pastor,  Plainfield,  Vt.,  June,  1906,  to  1911;  without  charge,  Fairlee,  Vt.,  1911 
until  death.  Field  agent  for  Carleton  College,  Northfield,  Minn.,  1882-83. 
Married  at  Waitsfield,  Vt.,  Aug.  25,  1863,  to  Harriet  Luania,  daughter  of 
Edward  and  Luania  (Carpenter)  Bigelow,  who  survives  him.  Four  children, 
three  daughters  all  living,  and  one  son,  v.^ho  died  Sept.  25,  1895.  Died  in 
Fairlee,  Vt.,  Nov.  4,  1913,  of  cancer  of  hver,  aged  76  years,  4  months,  1  daj'. 

Forbes,  Samuel  Baker,  son  of  Nahum  and  Pollej'  (Fairbank)  Forbes,  was 
born  in  Westboro,  Mass.,  Aug.  1,  182(5.  Studied  at  Williston  Seminary,  North- 
amjjton,  Mass.  Was  graduated  from  Williams  College,  1855,  and  from  East 
Windsor  Hill  Theological  Seminary,  1857.  Was  ordained  in  South  Man- 
(•hester,  Coim.,  Oct.  6,  1857.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed.  South  Manchester, 
Conn.,  1857-58;  pastor  installed,  Second  Church,  RockviUe,  Conn.,  March  1, 
1881  (church  was  burned;  F'irst  and  Second  united)  until  Aug.  7,  1888;  pastor, 
Wethersfield  Avenue  Church,  Hartford,  Conn.,  May  1,  1889,  to  1900.  Elected 
treasurer  of  National  Council  by  the  Provisional  Committee,  May  19,  1889. 
Made  pastor  emeritus,  Wethersfield  Avenue  Church,  1908.  Removed  to 
I'elham,  N.  Y.,  1908.  Married,  in  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  Sept.  2,  1846,  Emily 
Johnson  Guy,  who  died  Nov.  19,  1848.  Married,  in  East  Windsor,  Conn., 
Sept.  2,  1857,  Lucy  Stoughton  Ellsworth,  who  died  June  23,  18()3.  Married, 
in  Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  23,  1867,  Cornelia,  daughter  of  Eliot  and  Delia 
(Rockwell)  Beardsley,  who  survives  liim.     Two  children,  both  living.     Dieil 


1914]  Necrology.  17 

in  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  Jan.  3,  1913,  of  la  grippe,  aged  86  years,  5  months, 
2  days. 

Fkink,  Benson  Merrill,  son  of  Rev.  Silas  and  Sarah  Emery  (Woodward) 
Frink,  was  bom  in  Bartlett,  N.  H.,  June  20,  1838.  Studied  at  Conway 
Academy.  Was  graduated  from  Bangor  Theological  Seminary,  1862.  Was 
ordained  and  installed  pastor  at  Magog,  Can.,  Dec.  5,  1862.  Pastorates: 
Pastor  installed,  Magog,  Can.,  1863  until  November,  1863;  pastor,  Derby, 
Vt.,  1863-65;  pastor  installed,  Mont  Vernon,  N.  H.,  Nov.  1,  1866,  to  1868; 
pastor  installed,  Plymouth  Church,  Portland  Me.,  April  9, 1868,  to  1869;  pastor 
installed,  Saco,  Me.,  June  30,  1870,  to  1874;  pastor  installed,  Washington  St. 
Church,  Beverly,  Mass.,  1874-76;  pastor,  Hamilton,  Mass.,  1876-81;  pastor, 
South  Arlington,  Mass.,  1881-84;  Shelbiu-ne,  Mass.,  1884-89;  West  Brookfield, 
Mass.,.  1890-95;  without  charge.  West  Brookfield,  Mass.,  1895  until  death. 
Principal,  Derby  Academy,  Vermont,  1864.  President,  Quabog  Historical 
Society,  West  Brookfield,  Mass.  Pubhcations:  Sermons  and  articles  de- 
stroyed by  fire.  Married  in  Brighton,  Me.,  Aug.  29,  1869,  Mary  E.,  daughter 
of  Joseph  Sears  and  Roanna  (Kimball)  Emerson,  who  survives  him.  One 
daughter,  Uving.  Died  in  West  Brookfield,  Mass.,  Jan.  26,  1913,  of  aortic 
aneurism,  aged  74  years,  7  months,  6  days. 

Fuller,  Jonathan  Kingsley,  son  of  Freeman  Bethuel  and  Elizabeth 
(Kingsley)  FuUer,  was  born  in  Montgomery,  Vt.,  May  13,  1848.  Was  or- 
dained to  the  Methodist  ministry  in  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt.,  April  23,  1876. 
Pastorates:  Pastor,  Richford  (M.  E.),  Vt.,  1876-77;  pastor,  Bakersfield,  Vt. 
(Congregational),  June,  1877-89;  pastor.  Barton  Landing,  Vt.,  1889-99; 
pastor,  Windsor,  Vt.,  1899-1903;  pastor,  Johnson,  Vt.,  April,  1904,  to  June, 
1908;  resided  two  years  at  Lyndon,  Vt.,  October,  1908,  to  October,  1910; 
pastor,  Johnson,  Vt.,  1910-12.  Representative  in  Vermont  State  Legisla- 
ture; chaplain  to  House  of  Representatives;  superintendent  of  schools; 
chaplain  in  state  prison  at  Windsor,  Vt.  Sermons  on  "  Crime  and  Criminals," 
"  Burden  Bearing  and  Burden  Sharing,"  and  "  Modern  Pharisaism,"  "  Memo- 
rial Sermons."  Married  in  Richford,  Vt.,  Sept.  16, 1874,  Gertrude  F.,  daughter 
of  John  H.  and  Elvira  A.  (Gross)  Smith.  Four  children,  three  sons  living. 
Died  in  Johnson,  Vt.,  Jan.  23,  1913,  of  arteriosclerosis,  aged  63  years,  8  months, 
10  days. 

Gorton,  Philo,  was  born  in  Neversink,  SuUivan  County,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  7, 
1828.  Was  ordained  to  the  Methodist  Episcopal  ministry  by  Bishop  Simpson 
in  1862.  After  serving  in  the  Methodist  ministry  until  1880  he  entered  into 
the  Congregational  fellowship  at  Coleburg,  la.  His  Congregational  pastorates 
were:  Coleburg,  la.,  1881;  Greely,  la.,  1882;  Edgewood,  la.,  1882;  Newell, 
la.,  1883-84;  Waverly,  la.,  1885;  Kellogg,  la.,  1886-87;  Nebraska  City, 
Neb.,  1888;  Quasqueton,  la.,  1889-92;  Sumner,  la.,  1893-94;  Chapin,  la., 
1895-97;  Edgewood,  la.,  1898;  Farnhamville,  la.,  1899-1900;  Aurora,  So. 
Dak.,  1901-03;  without  charge.  Red  Chff,  Colo.,  1904;  Littleton,  Colo., 
1905;  without  charge,  Colorado  Springs,  Colo.,  1910  until  death.  Married 
to  Sarah  A.  Carpenter,  at  Templeton,  Mass.,  who  survives  him.  Two  daugh- 
ters, living.  Died  without  charge  in  Colorado  Springs,  Colo.,  May  1,  1913,  of 
uremic  poisoning,  aged  84  years,  8  months,  25  days. 

Greene,  Daniel  Crosby,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  son  of  David  and  Mary  (Evarts) 
Greene,  was  born  in  Roxbury,  Mass.,  Feb.  11,  1843.  Studied  at  High  School, 
Windsor,  VI.,  and  at  Middlebury  College,  one  year;  was  graduated  from 
Dartmouth  College,   1864,  and  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,   1869. 


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Missionary  (senior)  to  Japan  under  American  Board,  stationed  at  Tokio, 
Kobe,  Yokohama,  and  other  places.  Degrees:  a.b.,  Dartmoutli,  1864;  a.m., 
Rutgers,  1879;  ll.d.,  Dartmouth,  1900.  Served  in  Civil  War,  Seventh 
Squadron,  Rhode  Island  Cavahy.  Member  of  the  Yokohama  Translating 
Committee;  professor  of  Old  Testament  exegesis  at  Doshisha,  Kioto;  president 
of  the  Asiatic  Society  of  Japan;  lecturer  (1908)  on  Japan  at  Harvard  Univer- 
sity. Was  decorated  with  the  third  class  of  the  Order  of  the  Rising  Sun  by 
the  Mikado,  1910.  Married,  at  Westboro,  Mass.,  1869,  Mary  Jane  Forbes. 
He  left  five  sons  and  three  daughters.  Died  in  Hayana,  Japan,  Sept.  15, 
1913,  of  Bright's  disease  and  complications,  aged  70  yeai's,  7  months, 
4  days. 

Hall,  Martin  Strickland,  son  of  Winslow  and  Sally  (Richardson)  Hall, 
was  born  in  Anson,  Me.,  July  21,  1833.  Was  ordained  in  Jefferson,  111.,  June 
1,  1871.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Jefferson,  111.,  1871-72;  pastor.  Poplar  Grove, 
111.,  1872-73;  pastor,  Beardstown,  111.,  1873-75;  pastor,  Lawn  Ridge,  111., 
1875-82;  pastor,  Pelican  Rapids,  Minn.,  1882-83;  pastor,  Mazomanie,  Wis., 
1883;  pastor,  Pecatonica,  111.,  1884-85;  pastor,  Maiden,  111.,  1886-87;  pastor, 
Gridley,  111.,  1888-90;  pastor,  Victoria,  111.,  1890-91;  without  charge, 
Oneida,  Chicago,  and  Oak  Park,  111.,  until  death.  Married  Jemima  Catherine 
StoUer,  who  died  Sept.  1,  1883.  Two  children,  one  living.  Died  in  Oak  Park, 
111.,  Aug.  16,  1913,  of  cerebral  apoplexy,  aged  80  years  and  26  days. 

Harris,  Charles  L.,  son  of  Amos  and  Adeline  Harris,  was  born  in  Missis- 
sippi in  1847.  Studied  in  Beloit  College,  Wis.;  studied,  Oberhn  Theological 
Seminary.  Was  ordained  in  1874  in  Birmingham,  Ala.  Pastorates:  Pastor, 
Birmingham  Ala.,  1874;  pastor,  Jackson,  Mlss.,  1883-90;  pastor,  Meridian, 
Miss.,  1890-99;  Mobile,  Ala.,  1899-1902;  pastor,  Sehna,  Ala.,  1902-05; 
without  charge  at  Huntsville,  Ala.,  Montgomery,  Ala.,  AsheviUe,  N.  C, 
Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  Bluff  City,  la.,  1905-1911;  pastor,  Corpus  Christi,  Tex., 
1911-13.  Agent  for  Sunday  school  work  in  Alabama.  Married  three  times. 
Name  of  second  wife,  EUzabeth  Emmons,  Greensboro,  Ala.,  eight  children. 
She  died  in  Meridian,  Miss.  Married,  in  Atlanta,  Ga.,  Jan.  7,  1908,  Irene  S., 
daughter  of  James  Shope  and  Marie  Fisher.  Nine  children,  all  living.  Died 
in  Corpus  Christi,  Tex.,  March  17,  1913,  of  heart  failure  following  la  grippe, 
aged  66  years. 

Hedges,  William,  son  of  Judge  Henry  Parsons  and  Gloriana  (Osborn) 
Hedges,  was  born  in  Sag  Harbor,  N.  Y.,  June  21,  1851.  Was  graduated 
from  Yale  College,  1874.  Spent  one  year  teaching  and  studying  law  in  his 
father's  office  in  Bridgehampton,  L.  I.  Was  graduated  from  Yale  Divinity 
School  in  1878.  Was  ordained  to  the  Presbyterian  ministry  by  the  Presby- 
tery of  Long  Island,  1879.  Entered  into  the  Congregational  ministry,  Novem- 
ber, 1882.  Pastorates:  Acting  pastor,  Jamestown,  L.  I.,  1882-85;  pastor 
installed,  Jamesport,  L.  I.,  1885-93;  stated  supply  and  pastor,  Harwinton, 
Conn.,  1893-98;  graduate  student  in  Union  Theological  Seminary,  one  year; 
pastor.  Wading  River,  N.  Y.,  189&-1901;  pastor,  Colebrook,  Conn.,  1901  to 
May  1,  1912.  Married,  in  Mattituck,  L.  I.,  June  8,  1880,  Harriet  S.,  daughter 
of  Rev.  James  L.  Hamlin,  who  died  April  22,  1887.  No  children.  Died  in 
Bridgehampton,  L.  I.,  Nov.  28,  1912,  of  paralysis,  aged  61  years,  5  months, 
7  days. 

HiBBARD,  RuFUS  PiERCY,  SOU  of  Rufus  Fuller  and  Clementina  Bartlett 
Hibbard,  was  born  in  New  York,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  27,  1844.  Was  'educated  in 
public  school,  New  "^'ork  City;  studied  at  College  of  the  City  of  New  York; 


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at  Bangor  Theological  Seminary,  two  years,  and  was  graduated  from  Yale 
Divinity  School,  New  Haven,  Conn.,  1868.  Was  ordained  to  the  Con- 
gregational ministry  at  Greenfield  Hill,  Conn.,  Aug.  4,  1868.  Pastorates: 
Pastor  installed,  Greenfield  Hill,  Conn.,  Aug.  4,  1868,  to  April  23,  1872; 
stated  supply.  East  Church,  New  Haven,  Conn.,  May  1,  1872;  installed, 
March  30,  1876;  was  dismissed  March  31,  1879;  pastor  installed,  New  Eng- 
land Church,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  28,  1879,  to  June  9, 1885;  pastor  installed. 
Second  Church,  Chicopee  Falls,  Mass.,  Sept.  16,  1885,  to  1888;  pastor  installed. 
Trinity  Church,  Gloucester,  Mass.,  April,  1888,  to  November,  1904;  acting 
pastor,  Tryon,  N.  C,  Dec.  1,  1904,  to  May,  1906;  acting  pastor,  Sayville, 
N.  Y.,  June  1,  1906,  to  Oct.  8,  1911;  without  charge.  East  Lansing,  Mich., 
November,  1911,  to  Aug.  1,  1913.  Married,  July  2,  1868,  at  Sayville, 
N.  Y.,  Sarah  Aureha,  daughter  of  Alfred  and  Angeline  (Green)  Brown,  who 
died  March  28,  1906.  Four  children,  living.  Died  at  East  Lansing,  Mich., 
Aug.  1,  1913,  of  arteriosclerosis,  aged  69  years,  6  months,  5  days. 

HiGHTOWER,  Asa  Dearman,  was  born  in  Cleburne,  Ala.,  July  16,  1848. 
United  with  Baptist  Church  mission  work,  1871.  Entered  into  fellowship 
with  the  Congregational  Methodist  Church,  1874.  Was  ordained  to  the 
Congregational  ministry,  1881,  and  served  Congregational  churches,  after  the 
merger  of  CongregationaUsts  and  Congregational  Methodists,  1893.  Married, 
1865,  Sarah  Elisabeth  Thrasher,  who  survives  him.  Seven  children,  all 
living.     Died  Jan.  26,  1913,  aged  64  years,  6  months,  10  days. 

Hill,  Charles  Jenkins,  was  born  in  Portland,  Me.,  Feb.  2,  1830.  Was 
graduated  from  Wilhams  College,  1852,  and  after  studying  in  Union  Theologi- 
cal Seminary,  1853-54,  was  graduated  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary, 
1856.  Resident  licentiate,  Andover,  1857.  Was  ordained  at  Nashua,  N.  H., 
Jime  28,  1857.  Pastorates;  Pastor,  Nashua,  N.  H.,  1857-64;  pastor, 
GloversviUe,  N.  Y.  (Presb.),  1865-68;  pastor,  Whitehall,  N.  Y.,  1868-72, 
pastor,  Ansonia,  Conn.,  1872-75;  pastor.  South  Church,  Middletown,  Conn., 
187.5-83;  pastor.  Second  Church,  Stonington,  Conn.,  1885-97;  in  foreign 
travel,  1898-1900;  without -charge.  Orange,  Va.,  1900.  Died  in  Orange,  Va., 
May  2,  1913,  of  old  age,  aged  83  years,  3  months. 

HoLBROOK,  Charles  Harding,  son  of  S.  Harding  and  (?)  Holbrook,  was 
born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Nov.  9,  1880.  Was  graduated  from  Boston  University, 
1902,  and  after  teaching  modern  languages  in  Worcester  Polytechnic  Institute 
was  graduated  from  Union  Theological  Seminary,  1910.  Studied  also  in 
Teachers'  College,  Columbia  University,  New  York.  Was  ordained  in  the 
Wellesley  Hills  Church,  Mass.,  Feb.  15,  1911.  Was  appointed  by  American 
Board  to  foreign  missionary  service  at  Sivas,  Western  Turkey  Mission. 
Unmarried.  Died  by  the  hands  of  Kurds  in  Soushehir,  West  Turkey,  Aug. 
13,  1913,  aged  32  years,  9  months,  4  days. 

Holmes,  Thomas,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  son  of  Burroughs  and  Polly  (Denison) 
Holmes,  was  born  in  Royalton,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  24,  1817.  Studied  in  the  Prepara- 
tory Department  of  Oberlin  College.  Was  graduated  from  Oberhn  College, 
1847,  and  from  Oberlin  Theological  Seminary,  1850.  Was  ordained  to  the 
ministry  of  the  Christian  Church  in  Sheffield,  Ohio,  Nov.  3,  1844.  After 
serving  several  pastorates  in  the  fellowship  of  the  Christian  Church,  he  en- 
tered into  the  ministry  of  the  Congregational  Church,  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April 
22,  1877,  to  Dec.  28,  1884;  pastor,  Michigan  Center,  Mich.,  June  2,  1889,  to 
Dec.  28,  1890;    without  charge,  1890  until  death.     At  intervals  fulfilled  the 


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work  of  an  evangelist.  Spent  two  years,  1855-57,  in  Europe.  Degrees: 
A.B.,  1847,  A.M.,  1850,  Oberlin  College;  d.d.,  Antioch  Christian  College,  Ohio, 
1864;  LL.D.,  Union  Christian  College,  Indiana,  1901.  President  Union  Cliris- 
tian  College,  Indiana,  1865-1875.  Publications:  "  Light  in  Dark  Places," 
307  pp.,  1898,  The  Inland  Press,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.;  "  The  Reformation  of  the 
Nineteenth  Century,"  24  pp.,  1902,  The  Christian  Publishing  Association, 
Dayton,  Ohio.  Married  in  Plymouth,  Ohio,  Oct.  14,  1847,  Lettice,  daughter 
of  Asa  L.  and  Syrena  (Irons)  Smith.  No  children.  Died  in  Lakemont, 
N.  Y.,  Jan.  19,  1913,  of  old  age,  aged  05  years,  1  month,  26  days. 

Hyde,  Edward  Everett,  son  of  Rev.  Azariah  and  Maria  L.  (Everett) 
Hyde,  was  born  in  Galesburg,  111.,  Jan.  19,  1875.  Was  educated  at  Knox 
College.  Was  graduated  in  1896  from  the  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons, 
Chicago,  in  1900.  Was  ordained  June  15,  1900.  Medical  missionary  under 
the  A.  B.  C.  F.  M.  in  Ruk,  CaroUne  Islands.  Returned  on  account  of  ill- 
health  of  wife.  Married  in  Galesburg,  111.,  1899,  Mabel  E.  Selleck,  who  with 
two  daughters  survives  him.  Since  his  return  in  1902  to  the  States,  he  was 
assistant  editor  of  the  American  Medical  Journal,  Chicago,  lU.  An  honored 
deacon  in  Wilmette  Church.  He  died  in  Wilraette,  So.  Dak.,  July  4,  1913, 
of  acute  myelogenous  leukemia,  aged  38  years,  5  months,  15  days. 

Jackson,  Samuel  Nelson,  son  of  Horatio  Nelson  and  EUza  M.  (HoUister) 
Jackson,  was  born  in  Brome,  Canada,  Dec.  21,  1838.  Educated  in  the  public 
schools  of  Brome,  at  the  old  Barre  Academy,  and  the  Congregational  College, 
Montreal,  and  was  graduated  in  1866.  Was  ordainetl  in  Montreal,  Can., 
April  4,  1866.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  St.  Paul's  Union  Church,  Montreal, 
1866-71;  pastor,  Zion's  Church,  Toronto,  Can.,  1871-77;  pastor.  First 
Church,  Kingston,  Ont.,  1877-95;  pastor,  Barre,  Vt.,  1895-1900;  without 
charge,  Burhngton,  Vt.,  1900  until  death.  Studied  at  McGill  University 
(medical  course),  receiving  the  degree  of  m.d.  from  the  University  of  Vermont, 
1871.  Was  secretarj'  of  the  Indian  Missionary  Society;  president  of  the 
Publishing  Company;  chairman  of  the  Congregational  Union  of  Ontario  and 
Quebec,  1881;  editor  of  Handbook  of  Congregationalism,  1894,  pp.  209 
(Canada);  director  for  fifteen  years  of  the  Missionary  Society,  and  its  general 
secretary;  member  of  the  faculty  in  theology  in  the  Congregational  College, 
Montreal;  promoter  of  the  International  Council,  London,  1891,  and  delegate 
thereto.  Published  a  book  on  Congregationalism.  Was  married  to  Mary  A, 
Parker,  of  Montreal,  1866,  who  survives  him.  Five  sons,  living.  Died  in 
Burlington,  Vt.,  June  29,  1913,  of  heart  failure,  aged  74  years,  6  months,  8 
days. 

Jacobs,  Henry,  son  of  Hokan  Jacobson,  was  born  in  Runneby,  Sweden, 
March  28,  183S.  Studied  at  Knox  Colleg(>  (two  years);  Union  Theological 
Seminary  and  Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  and  was  graduated  after  a 
special  course  of  three  years,  in  1870.  Was  ordained  at  Wayne  Centre,  111., 
1871.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Wayne  Centre  and  Wayne  Station,  one  year; 
pastor,  Bartlett,  111.,  1872-73.  Married  at  Oneida,  111.,  June  1,  1870,  Cordelia 
Ann,  daughter  of  Michael  C.  and  Mary  (Dunlap)  Metcalf,  who  survives  him. 
Eight  chiklren,  two  living.  Died  at  Janesville,  Wis.,  Oct.  19,  1913,  of  jaundice, 
aged  75  j^ears,  6  months,  22  days. 

Jenkins,  Jonathan  Leavitt,  son  of  Charles  and  Amelia  M.  Leavitt,  was 
born  in  Portland,  Me.,  Nov.  23,  1830.  Attended  Hopkins  Grammar  School; 
was  graduated  from  Yale  College,  1851;  and  from  Yale  Divinity  School,  1855. 
Was  ordained  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  1855.     Pastorates:    Pastor  installed,  First 


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Church,  Lowell,  Mass.,  1855-62;  pastor  installed,  Peard  St.  Church,  Hartford 
Conn.,  April  13,  1864,  to  December,  1866;  pastor  installed,  First  Church, 
Amherst,  Mass.,  December,  1866,  to  1876;  pastor  installed.  First  Church, 
Pittsfield,  Mass.,  July,  1877,  to  August,  1892;  pastor  installed.  State 
St.  Church,  Portland,  Me.,  1894-1902;  without  charge,  Jamaica  Plain, 
Mass.,  1902  until  death.  Degree:  d.d.,  Williams,  1900.  Married,  in 
Lowell,  Mass.,  Oct.  15,  1862,  Sarah  Maria,  daughter  of  Wooster  and  (Seattle) 
Eaton.  Four  children,  three  living.  Died  in  Pittsfield,  Mass.,  Aug.  15,  1913, 
of  bladder  trouble,  aged  82  years,  8  months,  23  days. 

Johnson,  Charles  Cabrington,  son  of  Luther  HartweU  and  Cehne 
(Smith)  Johnson,  was  born  at  Wampsville,  N.  Y.,  July  3,  1837.  Studied  at 
Clark.son  Academy,  KremHn  Institute,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  and  was  graduated 
from  Auburn  Theological  Seminary,  1869.  Was  ordained  at  HoUey,  N.  Y., 
to  the  Presbyterian  ministry,  Oct.  20,  1869.  After  serving  in  Presbyterian 
churches  until  Jan.  25,  1874,  he  became  pastor  by  council  of  the  Congregational 
church,  Smyrna,  N.  Y.,  which  he  served  until  June  29,  1884;  pastor.  Candor, 
N.  Y.,  July  6,  1884,  to  July  3,  1887;  without  charge,  one  year;  pastor,  Munns- 
ville,  March  4,  1888,  to  June  16,  1889;  East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.,  June  30,  1889, 
to  July  3,  1893;  Arcade,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  3,  1893,  to  Jan.  15,  1896;  Gaines,  N.  Y., 
Jan.  19,  1896,  to  March  27,  1898;  supplied  the  Presbyterian  church,  Clarkson, 
N.  Y.,  April  17,  1898,  until  Aug.  4,  1901;  without  charge,  1901  until  death. 
Teacher  at  Brockport,  N.  Y.,  1859-60;  principal  in  public  schools,  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.,  1860-66;  taught  in  towns  of  Gaines,  Riga,  and  Hamlin,  N.  Y.,  1902-04. 
Trustee  of  New  York  Congregational  Ministerial  Relief  Fund  twenty  years. 
Statistical  secretary  of  Congregational  Sunday-schools  of  New  York  State. 
President  three  successive  terms  of  Chautauqua  class  of  1896.  Married,  at 
Sherburne,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  7,  1866,  Mary  Charlotte,  daughter  of  Jeremiah  and 
Betsey  Sophronia  (Eaton)  Green,  who  survives  him.  One  son  living.  Died 
in  Clarkson,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  30,  1912,  of  anemia,  aged  75  years,  3  months, 
27  days. 

Jones,  John  E.,  son  of  WiUiam  and  Frances  (Pugh)  Jones,  was  born  in 
Brougest  Village,  Cardeganshire,  South  Wales,  March  9,  1828.  Was  educated 
at  New  Castle,  Emlyn,  and  received  his  classical  and  theological  education 
under  private  tuition.  Was  ordained  to  the  Welsh  Congregational  ministry 
at  Belmont,  Pa.,  Jan.  7,  1855.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Belmont  and  St.  Clair, 
Pa.,  1855-59;  pastor,  Lansford,  Pa.,  1859-62;  pastor,  Minersville,  Pa..  1862- 
65;  supplied  the  Gly^Arthen  Church,  South  Wales,  1865;  pastor,  Newburgh, 
Ohio,  1866-70;  pastdr,  Granville,  Ohio,  1870-72;  pastor,  Oak  Hill,  Ohio, 
1872-76;  pastor,  Audenried  and  Janesville,  Pa.,  1876-82;  pastor.  Long  Creek, 
la.,  1882-89;  pastor.  Old  Man's  Creek,  La.,  1890-94;  pastor,  Salem,  Minn., 
1894-1900;  without  charge,  Oskaloosa,  la.,  1900-03;  Iowa  City,  la.,  1903  until 
death.  Was  scribe  of  Welsh  Association  in  Ohio  and  Pennsylvania.  Delegate 
to  National  Council,  Minneapohs,  1892.  Married  in  Minersville,  Pa.,  July 
26,  1858,  Catherine,  daughter  of  Rees  and  Mary  Wilhams,  who  survives  him. 
Eight  children,  five  daughters  and  three  sons,  four  daughters  and  two  sons 
living.  Died  in  Iowa  City,  la.,  April  26,  1913,  of  old  age,  aged  85  years, 
1  month,  17  days. 

Keeler,  Seneca  McNeil,  son  of  Hervey  and  Mary  (Mead)  Keeler,  was 
born  in  Ridgefield,  Conn.,  May  31,  1835.  Was  graduated  from  Yale  College 
in  1856,  and  from  Auburn  Theological  Seminary,  1863.  Taught  a  short  time 
in  Natchez,  Miss.,  and  two  years  in  North  Salem,  N.  Y.     Was  principal  of 


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East  Bloomfield  Academy,  New  York,  two  years.  Ordained  to  the  Presby- 
terian ministry,  July,  1863,  by  the  Presbytery  of  Chenango,  N.  Y.  Pastorates: 
Pastor  installed,  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  1863-66;  Smyrna,  N.  Y.,  1866-70;  Madison, 
N.  Y.,  1870-72;  West  Newbury,  Mass.,  1872-78;  pastor,  Newburyport 
(Pres.  Ch.),  Mass.,  1878-80;  pastor,  Milford,  Conn.,  1880-84;  pastor.  South 
Britain,  Conn.,  1884-90;  pastor,  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  1890-93;, pastor,  Jeffer- 
son, Pa.,  1893-1905;  without  charge,  Danbury,  Conn.,  1905  until  death. 
Delegate  to  National  Council,  1865-77.  Served  as  moderator  of  the 
Presbytery  of  Columbia,  N.  Y.,  1901.  Degree:  m.a.,  Yale,  1859.  Married 
in  Salem  Center,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  24,  1857,  Alice  B.  Smith,  daughter  of 
Underhill  and  Laura  (Reynolds)  Smith.  Seven  children,  six  daughters 
and  one  son,  one  daughter  deceased.  Married  in  North  Salem,  N.  Y., 
1900,  Mary  E.  Eggleston,  sister  of  first  wife,  who  survives  him.  Died  in 
Danburj',  Conn.,  May  25,  1912,  of  heart  disease,  aged  76  years,  11  months, 
25  days. 

Kelsey,  Henry  Sylvester,  son  of  Sylvester  Kelsej'  and  Polly  Gates, 
was  born  in  Evans  MiUs,  Jefferson  County,  N.  Y.,  December,  1830. 
Studied  at  Williston  Academy  and  was  graduated  from  Amherst  College, 
1855.  Taught  one  year  in  Galliopolis,  Ohio;  studied  a  year  at  East  Windsor 
Hill  Theological  Seminary.  Returned  to  Amherst  College,  where  he  was  tutor 
in  mathematics  for  two  years.  Was  ordained  in  Granby,  Mass.,  1863.  Pas- 
torates: Pastoi  by  council  (?),  Granby,  Mass.,  1863-66;  pastor  installed, 
Rockville,  Conn.,  1866-69;  pastor  by  council,  HoUiston,  Mass.,  1870-73; 
pastor  installed,  Woburn,  Mass.,  1873-77;  pastor  by  councU,  New  Haven, 
Conn.,  1877-84.  Retired  from  the  ministry,  1884.  Professor  of  mathematics 
and  astronomy,  Beloit  College,  1860-63;  principal,  Geneva  Academy, 
Geneva,  N.  Y.,  1869-70.  Married,  Aug.  8,  1861,  Harriet,  daughter  of  Philip 
Schuyler  Beebe,  who  died  Aug.  3,  1865.  One  child,  not  living.  Married 
Mrs.  Ehzabeth  Foster  Fiske,  daughter  of  Rev.  Aaron  Foster,  of  East  Charle- 
mont,  Mass.  No  children.  Died'  in  Chicago,  111.,  Dec.  26,  1913,  of  diabetes, 
aged  83  years. 

Keyes,  Russell  Melzo,  son  of  Henry  and  Vesta  (Bates)  Keyes,  was 
born  in  Conneaut,  Ohio,  Dec.  22,  1837.  Was  graduated  from  Beloit  College, 
1861,  and  from  Union  Theological  Seminary,  1865.  Was  ordained  in  Con- 
neaut, Ohio,  Aug.  5,  1865.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Conneaut,  Ohio,  1865-78; 
pastor,  Chardon,  Ohio,  1878-81;  Ludington,  Mich.,  1881-86;  pastor,  Portland, 
Mich.,  1886-89;  in  home  missionary  work  in  South  Dakota,  1891-97;  without 
charge,  Ludington,  Mich.,  1898-1912;  at  Aurora,  111.,  1912-13.  Married,  in 
Conneaut,  Ohio,  Sept.  11,  1866,  Catherine  Fifield,  daughter  of  Greenleaf  Fifield 
and  Laura  Kellog  Smith,  who  survives  him.  Two  children,  one  living.  Died 
in  Elgin,  Ohio,  March  29,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  75  years,  3  months,  7 
days. 

King,  Henry  Dwight,  son  of  Richard  and  Mehitable  (Sibley)  King,  was 
bom  in  Bennington,  Genesee  County,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1823.  Received  his 
academic  education  in  Chester  and  Aastinburg,  Ohio,  and  Alexander,  N.  Y. 
Prepared  for  college  in  Suffield,  Conn.  Was  gra<luated  from  Oberlin  Theo- 
logical Seminary,  1856.  Was  ortlained  in  Council  Bluffs,  la.,  Oct.  19,  1856. 
Pastorates:  Pastor  installed.  Magnolia,  la.,  1859-67;  pastor,  Gustavus, 
Ohio,  1867-73;  Kelloggsville  and  Orwell,  Ohio,  1873-77;  retired  on  account 
of  ill-health,  1877.  Was  coimty  superintendent  of  schools,  trustee  of  town. 
justice  of  peace  and  town   clerk.     Married,  Dec.  29,  184S,  Phodu,  daughter 


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of  Curtis  P.  and  Electa  (Wilcox)  Sheldon,  who  died  in  1850.  Married,  in 
Denmark,  la.,  1856,  Mrs.  Theodosia  A.  Sheldon,  daughter  of  John  and  Sophia 

(Lord)   Arnold,   who  died    .     One    daughter,    died    June  22,    1913. 

Died  of  la  grippe  in  Kinsman,  Ohio,  April  27,  1913,  aged  89  years,  11  months, 
13  days. 

Knowlton,  Stephen,  son  of  Deacon  Stephen  Smith  and  SaUy  (Atwood) 
Knowlton,  was  born  in  Stockbridge,  Vt.,  Jan.  20,  1831.  Studied  at  Royalton 
Academy.  Was  graduated  from  Middlebury  College,  1857.  Taught  school 
at  Castleton  Female  Seminary,  1857-62.  Was  graduated  from  Andover 
Theological  Seminary,  1865.  Was  ordained  at  West  Med  way,  Mass.,  Nov. 
2,  1865.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  West  Medway,  Mass.,  1865-72;  pastor.  New 
Haven,  Vt.,  1872-81;  pastor,  Greensboro,  Vt.,  1881-91;  pastor,  Danville, 
Vt.,  1891-1901;  without  charge.  West  Medway,  Mass.,  1901.  Married,  in 
Enosburg,  Vt.,  Aug.  25,  1858,  Frances,  daughter  of  Rev.  Cephas  H.  and  Mary 
Abby  (Clark)  Kent.  Two  children,  one  living.  Died  Jan.  20,  1913,  in 
West  Medway,  of  apoplexy,  aged  82  years. 

Knox,  William  John,  son  of  Russell  and  Olive  (Hall)  Knox,  was  born  in 
Augusta,  Oneida  County,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1828.  Was  graduated  from 
Hamilton  (N.  Y.)  College,  1852,  and  after  studying  at  Princeton  Theological 
Seminary  was  graduated  from  Auburn  Theological  Seminary,  1857.  Was 
ordained  to  the  ministry,  June  25,  1862.  Member  of  Phi  Beta  Kappa.  Was 
married  in  Rome,  N.  Y.,  March  13,  1861,  to  Ceha  M.  Davis.  Three  children, 
all  living.  Died  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  June  7,  1913,  of  uremia,  aged  85  years, 
20  days. 

Marsh,  George  Daniel,  son  of  Levi  and  Edith  (Hall)  Hazen,  was  born 
in  Quechee,  Vt.,  Dec.  12,  1844.  Studied  at  Grinnell  High  School.  Was 
graduated  from  Grinnell  College,  1867,  and  from  Chicago  Theological  Semi- 
nary, 1871.  Was  ordained  in  Grinnell,  la.,  July  7,  1872.  Appointed  mission- 
ary to  Turkey  under  American  Board,  May  21,  1872.  Sailed  November,  1872, 
to  be  stationed  at  Eski,  Monastir,  Turkey,  and  Samokov  and  Philipopolis, 
Bulgaria.  Since  1885  served  at  Philipopolis.  Assisted  in  editing  and  publish- 
ing the  native  Bulgarian  evangelical  paper,  The  Zornitza.  Married  in  Con- 
stantinople, Jan.  1,  1875,  L^rsula  Church,  daughter  of  Rev.  Benjamin 
Franklin  and  Elizabeth  (Child)  Clark,  who  survives  him.  Four  children, 
three  sons  and  one  daughter,  living.  Died  in  Phihpopolis,  Sept.  1,  1913, 
of  pleurisy,  aged  68  years,  9  months,  19  days. 

Menke,  Henry,  son  of  John  Henry  and  Emma  Elizabeth  (Nichans) 
Menke,  was  born  in  Harvard  Furnace,  Ohio,  May  12,  1862.  Was  graduated 
from  Chicago  University,  1904.  Was  ordained  in  Chicago,  111.,  1898.  Pas- 
torates: Pastor,  Grandin,  Mo.,  1899-1901;  without  charge,  Chicago,  111., 
1901-04;  pastor,  Douglass  Park,  Chicago,  111.,  1905;  pastor.  El  Reno,  Okla., 
1906;  pastor,  Westmoreland,  Kan.,  1907-08;  without  charge,  Aurelia,  la., 
1908  until  death.  Unmarried.  Died  at  Cassopohs,  Mich.,  1913,  of  typhoid 
fever,  aged  51  years. 

Merrick,  Solomon  Grasley,  was  born  in  Easton,  Md.,  Jan.  21,  1858. 
Was  educated  at  Lebanon  Valley  CoUege,  Annville,  Pa.;  was  graduated  in 
1883.  Studied  theology  at  Yale  Divinity  School  and  was  graduated  in  1886. 
Was  ordained  at  Gaines,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  21,  1886.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Gaines, 
N.  Y.,  1886-96;  pastor,  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1896-1900;  pastor,  Cocoanut 
Grove,  Fla.,  1900-06;  without  charge,  1906  until  death.  Married,  at  Pitts- 
burg, Pa.,  March  26,  1885,  Althea  Fink,  who  survives  him.     Seven  children. 


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six  living.     Died  at  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  June  6,  1911,  of  heart  trouble,  aged  53 
years,  4  months,  15  days. 

Merrill,  John  Leverett,  son  of  Abel  K.  and  Mary  (Leverett)  Merrill, 
wa^  born  in  Haverhill,  N.  H.,  May  29,  1833;  was  graduated  from  Dartmouth 
College,  1856,  and  from  Princeton  Theological  Seminaxy,  1859.  Was  ordained 
to  the  Presbyterian  ministry,  Oct.  31,  1860.  Pastorates:  Pastor  (Presb.), 
Chanceford,  Pa.,  185^^66;  pastor,  Acworth,  N.  H.,  1866-70;  pastor,  Marl- 
boro, N.  H.,  1870-87;  pastor,  Rindge,  N.  H.,  1887-91;  pastor,  Newbury,  Vt., 
1891-1901;  without  charge,  Winchendon  and  Reading,  Mass.,  1901-13. 
Pubhcatiouvs:  History  of  Acworth,  N.  H.,  309  pp.,  1869;  historical  sermons  and 
addresses.  Married,  in  Chanceford,  Pa.,  Sept.  11, 1860,  Mary  Louise,  daughter 
of  John  C.  and  Mary  (Clarkson)  Murphy.  Three  children,  one  living.  Died 
in  Boothbj'  Hospital,  Boston,  Mass.,  Jan.  30,  1913,  of  uremic  pneumonia, 
aged  79  years,  8  months,  1  day. 

Moore,  Nathaniel  Schuyler,  son  of  Chaimcey  Watson  and  Clarissa 
(Worthington)  Mooie,  was  born  in  New  York,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  16,  1839.  Was 
graduated  from  Yale  College,  1861,  and,  after  studying  theology  at  Andover 
Seminary,  1862-63,  was  graduated  from  Union  Seminary,  1865.  Was  or- 
dained in  Pilgrim  Church,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  11,  1868.  Pastorates: 
Acting  pastor  (Presb.),  Port  Penn.,  Del.,  1868;  pastor  (Presb.),  West  Ford, 
Del.,  1868^9;  Gihnanton  Iron  Works,  N.  H.,  1870-74;  pastor,  NorAvay,  Me., 
1874-75;  pastor,  Westport,  Mass.,  1875-76;  pastor,  Hancock,  N.  H.,  1877- 
78;  pastor,  Colebrook,  N.  H.,  1878-79;  pastor,  Pawlet,  Vt.,  1880-82;  pastor, 
Boylston  Centre,  Mass.,  1882-83;  pastor,  Raynham,  Mass.,  1883-85;  pastor, 
East  Granville,  Mass.,  188.5-86;  pastor.  Crown  Point,  N.  Y.,  1901-04;  pastor, 
Troy  and  Westfield,  Vt.,  1904-05;  pastor,  Newfane,  Vt.,  1905-11;  pastor. 
North  Pomfret,  Vl.,  1911  until  death.  Married,  in  Upper  Aquebogue,  L.  I., 
Mary  M.  Young.  Two  sons  and  one  daughter.  Married,  after  securing 
divorce,  in  New  Britain,  Conn.,  Botilda,  daughter  of  Lars  and  Elna  (Erikson) 
Pierson,  who  survives  him  with  one  son.  Died  in  North  Pomfret,  Vt., 
Feb.  2,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  73  years,  11  months,  14  days. 

Morse,  Charles  Fitch,  was  born  in  Salem,  Vt.,  July  28,  1825.  Studied 
at  St.  Johnsbury  Academy.  Was  graduated  from  Amherst  College,  1853, 
and  from  Andover  Seminary,  1856.  Was  ordained  in  Reading,  Mass.,  Aug.  13, 
1856.  Missionary  under  the  American  Board  of  Constantinople,  Turkey, 
18.58-63;  at  Sofia,  Turkey,  186.3-67;  at  Eski  Zagra,  Turkey,  1867-70;  pastor, 
Phillipston,  Mjuss.,  1871-72;  pastor,  Atkinson,  N.  H.,  1872-75;  pastor, 
Thetford,  Vt.,  187.5-78;  pastor,  Lower  Waterford,  Vt.,  187K-S0;  pastor, 
Mclndoe  Falls,  Vt.,  1882-84;  supplied  also  at  Monroe,  N.  H.;  without  charge, 
St.  Johnsbury,  Vt.,  1884  until  death.  Married,  in  West  Boylston,  Mass., 
Aug.  10,  18.56,  Eliza  D.  Winter.  Eleven  children,  nine  living.  Died  in  St. 
Johnsbury,  Vt.,  March  15,  1913,  of  pneumonia,  aged  87  years,  7  months,  18 
days. 

MuNSELL,  John  Harland,  son  of  William  Harland  and  Alice  (Hixon) 
Munsell,  was  born  in  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  2,  183S.  Received  his  academical 
education  at  Oswego  Academy,  N.  Y.,  and  studied  theology  with  Rev.  Dr. 
Condit,  Oswego,  N.  Y.  Was  ordained  in  Oswego,  N.  Y.,  1870.  Pastorates: 
Pastor,  Sand  Bank,  N.  Y.,  1871-72:  pastor.  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  1873-76;  pastor, 
Sandy  Creek,  N.  Y.,  1876-79;  pastor  in.stalled,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.,  1879-92; 
pastor,  Mariaville,  N.  Y.,  1893-94;  (Presbyterian);  supplied  the  church  in 
Cambridge,  N.  Y.     Retired  and  without  charge,  residence  in  Saratoga  Springs, 


1914]  Necrology.  25 

N.  Y.  Publications:  "  History  of  Schenectady  County,  New  York."  Married, 
in  Oswego,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  12,  1863,  Laura  8.,  daughter  of  Selden  P.  and  Ehza 
(Graham)  Clark,  who  died  Aug.  3,  1892.  Five  children,  three  living.  Mar- 
ried, in  Charlton,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  23,  1896,  Emma  P.,  daughter  of  Richard  and 
Cordelia  M.  (Warren)  Taylor.  Died  in  Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.,  March  28, 
1913,  of  Bright's  disease  and  arteriosclerosis,  aged  74  years,  7  months,  26  days. 

Noble,  Thomas  Kimball,  son  of  Simon  and  Maria  (Kimball)  Noble,  was 
born  in  Norway,  Me.,  Jan.  19,  1832.  Studied  at  Norway  Liberal  Institute. 
Was  graduated  from  Bowdoin  College,  1857,  and  from  Bangor  Theological 
Seminary,  1863.  Was  ordained  in  Winthrop,  Me.,  Oct.  13,  1863.  Pastorates: 
Pastor,  Winthrop,  Me.,  1864-65;  entered  into  United  States  military  service 
as  chaplain;  was  superintendent  of  the  Freedman's  Bureau  in  Kentucky; 
pastor,  Pilgrim  Church,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  28,  1869;  dismissed  Sept.  16, 
1872;  pastor  installed,  Plymouth  Church,  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  1872;  dis- 
missed Oct.  1,  1886;  after  traveling  abroad  he  acted  as  pastor  of  Eastern 
Presbyterian  Church,  Washington,  D.  C;  pastor  installed.  First  Church, 
Norwalk,  Conn.,  1890;  dismissed  Oct.  1,  1899,  and  was  made  pastor  emeritus. 
Trustee  of  Congregational  Church  Building  Society.  Married,  in  Paris,  Me., 
1855,  Anna  Jane,  daughter  of  Rev.  Daniel  and  Angehna  (Brown)  Sewall,  who 
died  in  Beaufort,  S.  C,  Feb.  16,  1866.  Two  children,  one  living.  Married,  in 
San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Esther  Frothingham,  daughter  of  William  Saunders  and 
Ehzabeth  (Emerson)  Bradbury,  who  survives  him.  One  daughter,  living. 
Died  in  Washington,  D.  C,  Oct.  22,  1913,  of  heart  trouble,  aged  81  years, 
9  months,  3  days 

Olinger,  William  G.,  son  of  Michael  and  Caroline  (Roberts)  Ohnger, 
was  born  in  Montgomery  County,  Virginia,  Sept.  24,  1843.  Studied  at 
State  University,  Springfield,  111.  Was  ordained  to  the  Methodist  Episcopal 
ministxy.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Harriman,  Tenn.,  1893-95;  pastor,  Williams- 
burg, Ky.,  1896-98;  pastor,  Tacoma,  Wash.,  1899-1903;  pastor,  Hood  River, 
Ore.,  April,  1904,  to  October,  1904;  pastor,  Christopher,  Wash.,  October,  1904, 
to  August,  1907;  pastor,  Roy,  Wash.,  June,  1908,  to  October,  1909;  pastor, 
Christopher,  Wash.,  October,  1910,  to  Jan.  24,  1913.  Was  married  in  Tekamah, 
Wash.,  May  19,  1868,  to  Isabelle,  daughter  of  Robert  and  Lydia  (Norris) 
Gill,  who  survives  him.  Five  children,  four  living.  Died  in  Christopher, 
Wash.,  Jan.  24,  1913,  of  asthma,  aged  69  years,  4  months. 

Paine,  John  Alsop,  son  of  John  Alsop  and  Amanda  (Kellogg)  Paine,  was 
born  in  Newark,  N.  J.,  Jan.  14,  1840.  Received  his  academic  training  at 
Albany  and  Chnton,  N.  Y.  Was  graduated  from  Hamilton  College,  New 
York,  1859,  and  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1862.  Was  ordained 
in  Newark,  N.  J.,  May  29,  1862.  State  botanist,  residing  in  Utica,  N.  Y., 
1862-67;  professor  of  natural  science,  Robert  College,  Constantinople, 
Turkey,  1867-69;  studied  at  the  University  in  Berhn,  1869-70;  professor  in 
natural  history  and  German,  Lake  Forest  University,  1870-71;  associate 
editor  on  The  Independent,  1871-72;  archeologist  with  first  expedition  of 
Palestine  Exploration  Society,  1872-74.  Author  of  "  The  Palestinian  Explora- 
tion Society  ";  "  The  Identification  of  Mount  Pisgah  ";  "  Mount  Hermon  "; 
"  An  Improved  Plan  of  Translating  Arabic  and  Enghsh  ";  editor  Journal  of 
Christian  Philosophy,  1882-84;  member  of  editorial  staff  of  Century  Dic- 
tionary; curator  of  Metropohtan  Museum  of  Art,  New  York  City,  1889-1906. 
Books  on  oriental  and  scientific  subjects.  Without  charge  at  Tarrytown, 
N.  Y.,  1877  until  death.     Married,  at  Gloversville,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  3,  1877,  Emma 


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S.  Newton,  who  survives  him.     No  children.     Died  in  Tarrytown,  N.  Y., 
July  24,  1912,  aged  72  years,  6  months,  10  days. 

Phillips,  James  Garfield,  was  born  in  French  Creek,  Va.,  ISSl.  Was 
graduated  from  Piedmont  College,  1902,  and  from  Hartford  Theological 
Seminary,  1906.  Was  ordained  at  Granby,  Conn.,  Aug.  12,  1905.  Pastorates: 
Pastor,  First  Church,  Granby,  Conn.,  190.5-08;  pastor,  Mittineague,  Mass., 
1908  until  death.  Died  in  Mittineague,  Mass.,  July  3,  1913,  of  Bright's 
disease,  aged  32  years. 

PovEY,  Jesse,  son  of  Richard  and  Grace  (Cox)  Povey,  was  born  in  Stock- 
cross,  England,  April  7,  1843.  Ordained  to  the  Primitive  Methodist  Church 
in  England,  August,  1865.  Upon  arrival  in  this  country,  1868,  he  became 
minister  to  the  Fourth  Avenue  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Pastorates:  Pastor,  Utica,  Mich.,  1888-90;  pastor,  Plymouth  Church,  De- 
troit, Mich.,  1890-95;  acting  pastor,  Plymouth  Church,  Detroit,  Mich., 
1895;  pastor.  Lake  Linden,  Mich.,  1896-1900;  pastor,  Plymouth  Church, 
Detroit,  Mich.,  1900-03;  pastor,  Perry,  la.,  1903-07;  pastor.  Lake  Linden, 
Mich.,  1908-10;  Red  Jacket,  Mich.,  1911-12.  Was  married  in  Wahnesbury, 
England,  May  28,  1865,  to  Sarah  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Richard  and  Ann 
(Cooper)  Poole,  who  died  April  8,  1911.  Four  children,  three  sons  and  one 
daughter,  survive  him.  Died  in  Calumet,  Mich.,  July  19,  1913,  of  complica- 
tion of  diseases,  aged  70  years,  3  months,  12  days. 

Pratt,  Lewellyn,  d.d.,  son  of  Selden  Mather  and  Rebecca  (Nott)  Pjatt, 
was  born  in  Essex,  Conn.,  Aug.  8,  1832.  Received  his  academic  education  at 
Essex  Academy  and  Durham  Academy,  Conn.,  and  was  graduated  from 
Wilhams  College,  Mass.,  1852.  Studied  theology  under  Albert  Barnes, 
D.D.,  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  1859-63.  Was  ordained  to  the  Presbyterian  ministry 
in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  May  27,  1864.  Pastorates:  Stated  supply,  Manitua 
(West  Philadelphia),  Pa.  (Presb.),  1864-65;  Second  Presbyterian  Church, 
Galesburg,  111.,  1869-71;  pastor  installed.  North  Adams,  Mass.  (Congl.), 
1871-76;  acting  pastor,  Stockbridge,  Mass.,  1879;  pastor  installed,  Broad- 
way Church,  Norwich,  Conn.,  May  22,  1888;  pastor  emeritus,  Nov.  1,  1906, 
until  death.  Teacher  Pennsylvania  Institute  for  the  Deaf  and  Dumb, 
Philadelphia,  1852-65;  in  business,  1855-58;  professor  of  natural  science. 
National  (now  Gallaudet)  Deaf  Mute  College,  Washington,  D.  C,  1865-69; 
professor  of  Latin,  Knox  College,  Galesburg,  111.,  1869-71;  professor  of  rheto- 
ric, Wilhams  College,  Mass.,  1876-81;  professor  of  homiletics  and  pastoral 
care,  Hartford  Theological  Seminary  of  the  North  West  (McCormick), 
Chicago,  1860;  of  Williams  CoUege,  Mass.,  1884-89;  of  Hartford  Theological 
Seminary,  Conn.,  188S-1913;  of  Atlanta  L^niversity,  Georgia,  1869-95;  of 
Eliza  Huntington  Memorial  Home,  Norwich,  Conn.,  1889-1913  (president 
since  1889);  of  the  Norwich  Free  Academy,  Conn.,  1889-1913.  Member  of 
executive  committee  American  Mi-ssionaiy  Association,  1894-99;  member 
of  Connecticut  Historical  Society,  Society  of  Biblical  Literature,  a.m.,  Wilhams 
College,  1855;  d.d.,  Williams  College,  1877.  Married  in  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
Oct.  17,  1855,  Sarah  Putnam,  daughter  of  John  and  Sarah  (Putnam)  GuUiver, 
who  died  in  Norwich,  Conn.,  July  23,  1913.  Two  sons,  Waldron  Selden, 
professor  Hartford  Theological  Seminary;  Theodore  Putnam,  who  tlicd  in 
1867.  Died  in  Norwich,  Conn.,  June  14,  1913,  of  multii)le  sclerosis  of  the 
spine,  aged  80  years,  10  months,  6  days. 

Rice,  Charles  Baker,  d.d.,  son  of  Austin  and  Charlotte  (Baker)  Rice, 
was  born  at  Conway,  Mass.,  June  29,  1S29.     Studied  at  Williston  Seminary, 


1914]  Necrology.  27 

East  Hampton,  Mass.,  1845-48;  was  graduated  from  Bangor  Theological 
Seminary,  1859;  was  ordained  at  Saco,  Me.,  Dec.  6,  1859.  Pastorates: 
Pastor  installed,  Saco,  Me.,  1859-61;  pastor  installed,  Danvers,  Mass.,  1863- 
94;  secretary  of  Congregational  Board  of  Pastoral  Supply,  1894  untU  death. 
Was  made  pastor  emeritus  First  Congregational  Church,  Danvers,  Mass., 
1913.  Degrees:  a.m.,  Bowdoin  College,  1865;  d.d.,  Colorado  College,  1890. 
Member  of  House  of  Representatives,  Massachusetts,  1876-77;  of  Senate, 
1881;  of  State  Board  of  Education,  1877-83.  Pubhcations  (partial  list): 
Dedication  sermon  at  the  house  of  worship,  Conway,  Mass.,  Dec.  16,  1885; 
discourse  in  memory  of  Rev.  Milton  Palmer  Braman,  d.d.,  April  23,  1882; 
address  at  the  Rebecca  Nurse  Monument,  July  18,  1883;  fifty-first  annual 
address  before  the  Essex  Agricultural  Society  in  Massachusetts,  Gloucester, 
Sept.  24,  1873;  rededication  services,  First  Church,  Danvers,  June  6,  1889 
(sermon  by  the  pastor);  dedication  services.  First  Church,  Danvers;  sermon 
at  close  of  pastorate,  Danvers,  Sept.  2,  1894;  "  History  of  the  First  Parish  in 
Danvers,"  1874,  272  pp.;  "Col.  Austin  Rice;  Charlotte  Baker  Rice;  a  Me- 
morial Volume,"  pp.  65,  1905;  address:  Centennial  celebration  of  Conway, 
Mass.,  pp.  68,  1867;  many  memorial  and  dedicatory  addresses  and  sermons. 
Married,  June  7,  1861,  at  Portland,  Me.,  Claire  Austin,  daughter  of  Charles 
Austin  and  Ernestine  (Libby)  Lord.  Died  Jan.  9,  1885.  Five  children, 
three  Uving.  Married,  Sept.  24,  1895,  at  Marblehead,  Mass.,  Henrietta  Hyde, 
of  Boston,  Mass.,  daughter  of  WiUiam  Francis  and  Mary  Lyman  (Donnell) 
Stanwood,  who  survives  him.  Died  at  Danvers,  Mass.,  Sept.  9,  1913,  of 
heart  failure,  aged  84  years,  2  months,  10  days. 

Rich,  Charles  Selw^n,  son  of  Andrew  J.  and  Ellen  (Winchester)  Rich, 
was  born  in  Portland,  Me.,  April  10,  1870.  Received  his  academic  education 
in  the  schools  of  Portland,  Me.  Was  graduated  from  Bowdoin  (Me.)  College,  . 
1892,  and  from  Andover  (Mass.)  Theological  Seminary,  1895.  Taught  one 
year  in  English  department  of  Bowdoin  College.  Was  ordained  at  Stock- 
bridge,  Mass.,  September,  1896,  and  pastor  in  Stockbridge,  1896-1901.  Ill- 
health  necessitated  his  removal  to  California.  Pastor,  Sierra  Madre,  Cal., 
1902-03;  without  charge,  Claremont,  Cal.,  1903-06;  Colorado  Springs,  Colo., 
1906-07;  and  at  Claremont,  1907  until  death.  Married,  July  29,  1896,  Grace 
E.  Brown,  who  survives  him.  Three  children,  living.  Died  in  Claremont, 
Cal.,  March  11,  1913,  of  pulmonary  tuberculosis,  aged  42  years,  11  months, 
1  day. 

Sandbrook,  William,  son  of  James  and  Mary  (Rees)  Sandbrook,  was  born 
Nov.  1,  1857,  in  Maesteg,  South  Wales.  Was  educated  in  the  schools  of  Wales; 
was  graduated  from  Bala  College,  South  Wales,  1873;  was  graduated  from 
Yale  Divinity  School,  1886;  was  ordained  in  Lovell,  Me.,  Sept.  1,  1886. 
Pastorates:  Pastor,  LoveU,  Me.,  Sept.  1,  1886,  to  June,  1893;  pastor,  RoUins- 
ford,  Sahnon  Falls,  N.  H.,  Sept.  17,  1893,  until  death.  Married  in  Lovell,  Me., 
Carrie  C,  daughter  of  Dr.  Josiah  Heald.  Died  in  Salmon  Falls,  N.  H.,  June 
6,  1913,  of  uremic  poisoning,  aged  55  years,  7  months,  5  days. 

ScHOFiELD  William,  son  of  James  and  Ann  (Statt)  Schofield,  was  born  in 
Saddleworth,  England,  May  5,  1836.  Received  his  education  at  the  common 
school  and  studied  theology  under  the  tuition  of  a  minister  in  England.  Was 
ordained  and  installed  at  Worcester,  Vt.,  Feb.  24,  1874.  Pastorates:  Pastor 
installed,  Worcester,  Vt.,  1874-76;  pastor,  BerUn,  Vt.,  1876-79;  pastor, 
West  Fairlee,  Vt.,  1879-80;  pastor,  WilUamstown,  Vt.,  1880-84;  pastor, 
Irasburg,  Vt.,   1884-90;    pastor  installed,  Marlboro,  Vt.,   1890-93;    pastor. 


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Harrisville  and  Nelson,  N.  H.,  1893-96;  without  charge,  Williamstown,  Vt., 
1896  until  death.  Was  married.  May  15,  1859,  to  Susannah,  daughter  of 
James  and  Elizabeth  (Singleton)  Ripley,  who  died  June  6,  1909.  Four 
children,  one  son  and  one  daughter  hving.  Died  at  Williamstown,  Vt., 
April  9,  1913,  of  fatty  degeneration  of  the  heart,  aged  76  years,  11  months, 
4  days. 

Seagrave,  James  Carter,  son  of  John  and  Mary  (Scott)  Seagrave,  was 
bom  in  Uxbridge,  Mass.,  April  14,  1821.  Received  his  academic  instruction 
in  Uxbridge  Academy;  was  graduated  from  Brown  University  (R.  I.),  1845, 
and  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1849;  was  ordained  in  Providence, 
R.  I.,  Dec.  3,  1851.  Pastorates:  Stated  supply,  Walpole,  N.  H.,  1849-51; 
pastor.  Providence,  R.  I.,  1851-54;  pastor,  Rochester,  N.  H.,  1854-56;  pastor, 
Scotland  Church,  Bridgewater,  X.  H.,  1856-67;  pastor,  Wentworth,  N.  H., 
1867-72;  pastor,  Marshfield  and  Haverhill,  Mass.,  1872-78;  pastor,  Otis, 
Mass.,  1878-84;  pastor,  Peru,  Mass.,  1884^90;  without  charge,  Hinsdale, 
Mass.,  1890  until  death.  Married,  in  Providence,  R.  I.,  March  4,  1850, 
Elizabeth,  daughter  of  John  and  Martha  (Bates)  Clark,  who  died  in  1858. 
Married,  in  Providence,  R.  I.,  1859,  Mrs.  EUzabeth  Salisbury  Clark.  Two 
children,  one  son,  who  died  in  1867,  and  one  daughter,  who  is  hving.  Died 
in  Hinsdale,  Mass.,  April  22,  1913,  of  old  age,  aged  92  years  and  8  days. 

Sheffield,  Devello  Z.,  son  of  Asa  C.  and  Carohne  (Murray)  Sheffield, 
was  bom  at  Gainesville,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  13,  1841.  Received  his  academical 
education  in  Warsaw  Academy,  New  York;  studied  in  Middlebury.  Did  not 
complete  a  college  course.  Was  soldier  in  the  Civil  War;  taught  school  a  few 
years,  and  was  graduated  from  Auburn  Theological  Seminary,  1869.  Ordained 
to  the  missionary  service  under  the  American  Board,  1869,  and  was  assigned  to 
service  at  Tingchow,  China.  Degree:  d.d.,  Hamilton  College.  President 
of  North  China  College  of  Arts;  member  of  Committee  on  Revision  of  the 
New  Testament  in  Mandarin,  and  the  classical  Wen  Li;  chairman  of  the  Wen 
Li  Committee  of  the  Higher  Classical  Style.  The  New  Testament  was  pub- 
lished in  1907.  Pubhcations:  "Universal  History,"  1881;  "Church  His- 
tory," 1889;  "Systematic  Theology,  "  1893;  "Political  Economy,"  1896; 
"Ethics,"  1907;  "Psychology,"  1907;  "Political  Science,"  1909.  Married, 
July  27,  1869,  Eleanor  WoodhuU  Sheffield.  Died  in  Pei-tai  Ho  near  Tingchow, 
July  1,  1913,  of  old  age  and  compUcations,  aged  71  years,  10  months,  18 
days. 

Simpson,  Charles,  son  of  Alexander  and  EUzabeth  (Denman)  Simpson, 
was  born  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  26,  1839.  Was  graduated  from  Hamilton 
College,  1866,  and  from  Union  Theological  Seminary,  New  York,  1870. 
Was  ordained  to  the  Presbyterian  ministry  at  Addison,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1870. 
Pastorates:  Stated  supply,  Addison,  N.  Y.,  1870-72;  stated  supply.  Pike, 
N.  Y.,  1873-75;  stated  supply,  Lansing,  Mich.,  1875-76;  pastor,  Sherman, 
N.  Y.,  1876-96;  without  charge,  Oberhn,  Ohio,  1896-98;  stated  supply 
(Congl.),  Chatham,  Ohio,  1898-1905;  without  charge,  at  Honolulu,  H.  I., 
1905-07;  at  Detroit,  Mich.,  1907  until  death.  Married  in  Honolulu,  H.  L. 
1873,  Mary  E.,  daughter  of  Abram  P.  and  EUzabeth  Sherrill.  Two  children. 
Died  at  Honolulu,  H.  I.,  July  27,  1912,  of  intestinal  obstruction,  aged  73  years, 
6  months,  1  day. 

Smiley,  Samuel  Richard,  son  of  John  and  Caroline  (Dixon)  Smiley,  was 
born  in  Raindon,  Canada,  1859.  Studied  in  High  School,  Canada,  and 
Bucksport,   Me.     Was  graduated   from  Bowdoin,   1892,   and  from  Bangor 


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Theological  Seminary,  1894.  Was  ordained  in  Carthage,  N.  Y.,  while  pastor 
of  Lisbon  Congregational  Church,  Nov.  12,  1894.  Pastorates:  Pastor, 
Lisbon,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  7,  1894,  to  Feb.  1,  1900;  pastor,  Colebrook,  N.  H.,  Feb.  1, 
1900,  to  February,  1909;  pastor,  Penacook,  N.  H.,  February,  1904,  to  February, 
1911;  without  charge,  St.  Lambert,  Canada,  1911  until  death.  Not  married. 
Died  in  St.  Lambert,  Canada,  May  2,  1913,  of  tuberculosis  of  stomach, 
aged  54  years,  5  months,  2  days. 

Smith,  Ralph  Joseph,  son  of  WilHam  and  Anna  Smith,  was  born  in  Berea, 
Ohio,  May  19,  1857.  Studied  at  Baldwin  University  (special  course)  and  was 
graduated  from  Oberlin  Theological  Semmary,  1888.  Was  ordained  in  North 
Fairfield,  Ohio,  Feb.  5,  1884.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  North  Fairfield, 
Ohio,  1883-85;  pastor  installed,  Norwalk,  Ohio,  1888-90;  pastor  installed, 
Newport,  Ky.,  1890-95;  pastor  installed,  Kokomo,  Ind.,  1895-99;  stated 
supply,  Clyde,  Ohio;  without  charge,  New  Lindon,  Ohio,  1899  until  death. 
Moderator  of  Kokomo,  Ind.,  Pastors'  Association,  1895-99.  Was  married 
in  Ruggles,  Ohio,  Aug.  17,  1881,  to  Rose  Emma,  daughter  of  Phineas  and  Anna 
(Fuller)  Weston.  Died  at  New  Linden,  Ohio,  Oct.  7,  1913,  of  empyemia,  aged 
56  years,  4  months,  19  days. 

Stowell,  Alexander  David,  son  of  Alexander  and  Mary  Goodloe  (Hyde) 
Stowell,  was  bom  at  Caroline,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  7,  1827.  Was  graduated  from 
Yale  University,  1853,  and  after  teaching  two  years  was  graduated  from  Union 
Theological  Seminary,  1858.  Ordained  Nov.  17,  1858.  Pastorates:  Pastor, 
Woodbridge,  Conn.,  1858-60;  stated  supply,  E.  Granville,  Mass.,  1860-63; 
stated  supply,  Southampton,  Mass.,  1863-65;  pastor,  Wilbraham,  Mass., 
1865-76;  pastor,  Muskegon,  Mich.,  1870-72;  stated  supply.  West  Groton, 
N.  Y.,  1873-77;  pastor,  Nichols,  N.  Y.,  1877-80;  stated  supply,  Richford 
and  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  1881-82;  stated  supply,  Elmira,  N.  Y.,  1882-84;  with- 
out charge,  Newark  Valley,  N.  Y.,  1884-89;  without  charge,  Binghamton, 
N.  Y.,  1889  until  death.  Married,  in  Grafton,  Mass.,  Sept.  29,  1858;  Louise 
Henderson,  daughter  of  John  M.  and  Ann  (Merriam)  Leland.  Two  sons 
and  two  daughters.  Died  in  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  22,  1913,  of  heart 
trouble,  aged  86  years,  15  days. 

Strong,  James  Woodward,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  son  of  EUjah  Gridley  and  Sarah 
Ashley  (Partridge)  Strong,  was  born  in  Bloomington,  Orleans  County, 
Vt.,  Sept.  29,  1833.  Received  his  academical  education  at  Beloit  Prepara- 
tory School.  Was  graduated  from  Beloit  (Wis.)  College,  1858,  and  from 
Union  Theological  Seminary,  1862.  Was  ordained  in  Beloit,  Wis.,  Sept.  28, 
1862.  Pastorates:  Stated  supply,  Broadhead,  Wis.,  September,  1862,  to 
September,  1864;  Faribault,  Minn.,  January,  1865,  to  Aug.  5,  1865;  illness 
necessitated  rest;  pastor  installed,  Plymouth  Church,  Faribault,  Minn., 
Jan.  26,  1866;  dismissed  Oct.  12,  1870.  Degrees:  a.b.  1858,  a.m.  1861, 
Beloit  College;  d.d.,  Beloit  College,  1872;  ll.d.,  IlUnois  College,  1896. 
President,  Carleton  College,  Northfield,  Minn.,  Oct.  13,  1870,  to  Jan.  7,  1903; 
president  emeritus,  Jan.  7,  1903;  corporate  member  of  A.  B.  C.  F.  M.,  1872; 
president  Minnesota  State  Home  Missionary  Society,  1872.  Pubhcations: 
Historical  sermon,  twenty-fifth  anniversary  Carleton  College,  37  pp.,  pub- 
lished by  the  college;  "  Ehjah  G.  Strong,"  at  dedication  of  Gridley  Memorial 
Chapel,  memorial  address.  Married,  in  Beloit,  Wis.,  Sept.  3,  1861,  Mary, 
daughter  of  Aaron  and  Hannah  (Estabrook)  Davenport.  Four  children, 
three  living.  Died  in  Northfield,  Minn.,  Feb.  24,  1913,  of  uremic  poisoning, 
aged  79  years,  4  months,  26  days. 


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Thomas,  John  Gerhin,  son  of  Rev.  David  and  Hannah  (Gerhin)  Thomas, 
was  born  in  Troedyrhiw,  South  Wales,  April  24,  1842.  Was  graduated  from 
a  theological  school  in  Wales.  Was  ordained  in  Ebensburg,  Pa.,  1869.  Pas- 
torates: Pastor,  North  Ebensburg,  Pa.,  1869-81;  pastor,  Newark,  Ohio, 
1881-89;  pastor,  Vaughnsville,  Ohio,  1890-94;  pastor,  Lima,  Ohio  (West 
End),  1894-97;  without  charge,  1897  until  death.  Chaplain  in  British  Army. 
Married,  July  29,  1865,  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Michael  and  Bettie  (Morgan) 
Waters,  who  died  Aug.  6,  1913.  Sbc  children,  four  hving.  Died  in  Lima, 
Ohio,  Nov.  15,  1913,  of  a  compHcation  of  diseases,  aged  71  years,  6  months, 
22  days. 

ToRREY,  Charles  Cutler,  son  of  George  and  Eunice  (Bowker)  Torrey, 
was  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Jan.  4,  1827.  Studied  at  Burhngton  (Vt.)  Academy; 
was  graduated  from  University  of  Vermont,  1849,  and  from  Andover  Theo- 
logical Seminary,  1854.  Was  ordained  in  Rutland,  Vt.,  Sept.  7,  1855.  Ap- 
pointed missionary  under  the  A.  B.  C.  F.  M.  to  the  Cherokee  Indians,  1855- 
61.  Returned  home  to  complete  and  have  the  Cherokee  Bible  translated 
and  pubUshed,  the  same  having  been  begun  by  his  predecessor.  Rev.  Dr. 
Worcester.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Georgia,  Vt.,  1861-63;  pastor,  Westford,  Vt., 
1862^4;  pastor.  West  Randolph,  Vt.,  1865-67;  pastor  Georgia,  Vt.,  1869; 
pa.stor,  Charlotte,  Vt.,  1871-78;  pastor.  Island  Pond,  Vt.,  1878-79;  pastor, 
Chelmsford,  Mass.,  1880-82.  Resided  in  Chateaugay,  N.  Y.,  1884,  serving 
the  Presbyterian  church  three  years;  pastor,  Harvard,  Mass.,  1886-99;  resided 
in  Andover,  Mass.,  two  years;  pastor,  Tamworth,  N.  H.,  1902-07;  without 
charge,  Andover,  Mass.,  1907  until  death.  Married,  in  Reading,  Mass., 
Sept.  5,  1855,  Adelaide  L.,  daughter  of  John  and  Mary  (Cross)  Damon,  who 
died  March  25,  1875.     Four  children,  hving.     Died  in  Andover,  Mass.,  Aug. 

14,  1913,  of  bronchitis  and  prostatitis,  aged  86  years,  7  months,  10  days. 
Travis  Alonzo  Ferdinand,   son  of  Alonzo  FrankUn  and  Grace  Low 

(Preston)  Travis,  was  bom  in  Natick,  Mass.,  March  9,  1871.  Studied  in 
Natick  High  School;  was  graduated  from  Harvard  University,  1894,  and  from 
Hartford  Theological  Seminary,  1897.  Was  ordained  in  Vernon  Centre, 
Conn.,  Oct.  27,   1898.     Pastorates:    Pastor,  installed,  Vernon,  Conn.,  May 

15,  1898,  to  Feb.  1,  1900;  pastor  installed,  Kensington,  Conn.,  Feb.  1,  1900, 
to  Nov.  1,  1904;  pastor  installed,  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  Nov.  2,  1904,  to  Sept.  1, 
1910.  Secretary  of  Religious  Work,  New  York  Y.  M.  C.  A.,  1910  until  death. 
Publication:  "  Christian  Ideals,"  pamphlet.  Married,  in  Natick,  Mass., 
June  15,  1898,  Edith  M.  Babcock.  Married,  in  Winthroj),  Mass.,  Sept.  14, 
1910,  Marguerite,  daughter  of  George  A.  and  Effie  (Atkins)  Willey.  One  son. 
Died  in  Duxbury  Beach,  Mass.,  Aug.  6,  1913,  from  strangulation  occasioned 
by  nausea,  aged  42  years,  4  months,  28  days. 

Vaill,  Henry  Martyn,  .son  of  Jo.seph  and  Anne  Vaill,  was  l)orn  in  Brim- 
field,  Mass.,  Feb.  6,  1824.  Was  educated  at  Monson  Academy,  Ma.-^s.,  and  was 
graduated  from  Amherst  College,  18.58.  Was  ordained  at  Staflfordville,  Conn., 
Aug.  14,  1861.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Staffordville,  Conn.,  Jan.  1,  1861, 
to  November,  1864;  pastor.  Cape  EUzabeth,  Me.,  April,  1865,  to  November, 
1871;  pastor,  Hadlyme,  Conn.,  March,  1872-75;  pastor,  Staffordville,  Conn., 
July,  1880,  to  July,  1886;  pastor,  Marlboro,  Conn.,  July,  1886,  to  July,  1889; 
without  charge,  1889  until  death.  Marr'ed.  Jan.  1,  1S62,  in  Waldoboro, 
Me.,  Martha  Cushman,  daughter  of  Robert  Cushman  and  Sally  (Trouant) 
Webb.  Married,  March  23,  1872,  in  New  York,  X.  Y.,  Elizabeth  Wood, 
of  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.,  daughter  of  Ebenezer  and  Mary  (Jordan)  Webster. 


1914]  Necrology.  31 

Died  Dec.  20,  1913,  in  Staffordville,  Conn.,  of  bronchitis,  aged  88  years,  10 
months,  14  days. 

Van  Wagnen,  Oliver  Jay,  son  of  John  Jacob  and  Ada  A.  (Maltby)  Van 
Wagnen,  was  born  in  Oswego,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  4,  1884.  Was  graduated  from  the 
University  of  New  Mexico,  1902,  and  from  Pacific  Theological  Seminary, 
1907.  SuppUed  the  church  at  Sunol  Glen,  Cal.,  April,  1906,  and  was  ordained 
March  19,  1907.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Sunol  Glen,  Cal.,  March,  1907,  to 
Oct.  1,  1907;  pastor.  Auburn,  Cal.,  1907-09;  resigned  on  account  of  ill- 
health,  September,  1909;  Wanakena  (Union),  N.  Y.,  October,  1910,  to  Septem- 
ber, 1912;  entered  Hartford  Theological  Seminary  to  take  special  course. 
Health  failing,  he  retired  and  resided  at  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  1912  until  death. 
Pubhcations:  "The  Pedagogy  of  Jesus";  "The  Poetry  of  Childhood"; 
"  Speaking  in  Public  ";  "  The  CaUfornia  Jew  ";  "  Daily  Devotions  "  (post- 
humous). Not  married.  Died  in  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  July  5,  1913,  of  tubercu- 
losis, aged  29  years,  6  months,  1  day. 

Walton,  William,  son  of  Thomas  and  Martha  (Baylis)  Walton,  was  born 
in  Birmingham,  England,  Jan.  17,  1837.  Received  his  academic  education 
in  Bloombury  Institute,  Birmingham,  England.  Studied  theology  under 
private  tuition.  Was  ordained  to  the  Methodist  Protestant  ministry  in 
Tompkins  Cove,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  16,  1877.  Teacher  in  "  The  Science  and  Art 
Department,"  England,  1867;  in  experimental  physics  and  phj^siology, 
Birmingham  amd  Walsall,  England.  Came  to  the  United  States,  1871. 
Served  Methodist  churches,  February,  1876,  to  November,  1880;  ministered 
to  the  Willougbby  Avenue  Chapel  (under  Clinton  Avenue  Congregational 
Church),  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  1883-86;  pastor.  Camp  Memorial  Church,  New 
York,  1887-90;  Closter,  N.  J.,  1891-93;  stated  supply,  Haworth,  N.  J., 
1893-96;  pastor,  Dunton,  N.  Y.,  1899-1901;  pastor,  Bristol,  N.  Y.,  1903-06; 
without  charge,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  1906  until  death.  Married  in  Birmingham, 
England,  Nov.  10,  1857,  Eliza  Sidney,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Eliza  (Morrell) 
Mason.  Eleven  children,  living.  Died  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  1913,  aged  76 
years. 

Warren,  William  Harrington,  d.d.,  son  of  Horatio  and  Lucinda  Fisher 
(Harrington)  Warren,  was  born  in  Westboro,  Mass.,  Aug.  11,  1840.  Studied 
at  Nathan  Allen's  Preparatory  School,  West  Newton,  Mass.;  was  graduated 
from  Harvard  University,  1865,  and  from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1868. 
Was  ordained  at  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  Dec.  7,  1869.  President  Licentiate  at  An- 
dover, 1868.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  1869-72;  pastor,  Cleveland, 
Ohio,  1872-75;  pastor,  Springfield,  Ohio,  1875-87;  pastor.  Vine  Street  Church, 
Cinciimati,  Ohio,  1887-94;  pastor,  Fort  St.  Church,  Detroit,  Mich.,  1907-12; 
secretary  of  Michigan  Home  Missionary  Society,  1894r-1907;  stated  supply, 
First  Church,  Beloit,  Wis.,  1908.  President  of  Associated  Charities,  Cincinnati, 
Ohio.  Degree:  d.d..  Olivet  College,  1896.  Publications:  "The  Rite  of 
Baptism,"  pamphlet,  19  pp.,  1893,  Congregational  Sunday-School  and  PubUsh- 
ing  Society,  Boston.  Was  married  in  Andover,  Mass.,  July  28,  1870,  to  Mary, 
daughter  of  Rev.  Samuel  Cram  and  Carohne  (True)  Jackson.  Four  children, 
three  living.  Died  in  Detroit,  Mich.,  Dec.  3,  1913,  of  cancer  of  bladder, 
aged  73  years,  3  months,  23  days. 

Watkins,  David  Foster,  son  of  a  Welsh  Christian  home.  His  mother 
was  the  daughter  of  a  Methodist  clergyman.  Rev.  Morgan  Rosser.  He  was 
born  in  Bridgend,  Wales,  Dec.  26,  1842.  Was  graduated  with  the  first  class 
from  Pacific  Theological  Seminary.     Was  ordained  Sept.  19,  1872.     Labored 


32  Congregational  Year-Book.  [1914 

nearly  forty  years  in  Guadalajara  and  Mexico  City,  Mexico.  Served  in  South 
America  tlu'ee  years,  preparing  the  way  for  Protestant  preaching  in  Peru, 
Bolivia,  Ecuador,  and  Chili,  thus  obtaining  legislation  "  for  the  liberty  to  all 
worship."  He  baptized  the  first  Inca  Indian.  Ill-health  forced  his  return  to 
iSan  Diego,  Cal.,  where  he  died,  survived  by  his  widow  and  daughter.  Died 
in  San  Diego,  Cal.,  Feb.  2,  1913,  of  valvular  disease  of  the  heart,  aged  70 
years,  2  months,  4  days. 

Welch,  Moses  Cook,  son  of  Dr.  Archibald  and  Cynthia  (Hyde)  Welch,  was 
born  in  Mansfield,  Conn.,  July  31,  1827.  Was  graduated  from  Yale  College 
in  1850  and  from  Yale  Divinity  School  in  1853.  Was  ordained  in  Wethers- 
held,  Conn.,  Nov.  5,  1862.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed.  North  Mansfield 
(now  Storrs),  Conn.,  Dec.  24,  1867,  and  dismissed  Aug.  15,  1876;  without 
charge,  1876-81;  pastor,  Pomona,  Fla.,  1881-1901;  became  pastor  emeri- 
tus. Chaplain  of  the  Fifth  Connecticut  Volunteers,  1862-64.  Publications: 
"  An  Humble  Apology,"  or  "  Is  the  Pulpit  Insincere?  ";  "  Moses  and  His 
Wife  "  (this  appeared  in  The  New  Englander,  January,  1881,  and  September, 
1881,  respectively).  Other  articles  in  newspapers  and  magazines.  Married, 
in  Windsor,  Conn.,  Sept.  15,  1864,  Sarah  Dwight,  daughter  of  Timothy 
Dwight  and  Sarah  (Welles)  Mills,  who  died  April  13,  1910.  Three  children, 
one  living.  Died  without  charge  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  April  7,  1913,  of  old  age, 
aged  85  years,  8  months,  7  days. 

WiLLARD,  John,  son  of  Asaph  and  Sophronia  Willard,  was  born  in 
Hartford,  Conn.,  Nov.  10,  1826.  Was  graduated  from  Yale  College,  1849, 
and  after  teaching  one  year  in  East  Manchester  Academy,  Mass.,  graduated 
from  Andover  Theological  Seminary,  1853.  After  one  year  of  post-graduate 
work  at  Andover,  Mass.,  he  was  ordained  and  installed  pastor  of  the  church 
in  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  Jan.  25,  1855.  Pastorates:  Pastor  installed,  Fairhaven, 
Mass.,  1855-66;  without  charge,  Hartford,  Conn.,  1866-69;  pastor,  Birming- 
ham (now  Derby),  Conn.;  1869-73;  pastor,  Marlboro,  Mass.,  1873-80; 
without  charge,  Ncwtonville,  Mass.,  1880-83;  pastor,  Decorah,  la.,  1883-91; 
without  charge,  Chicago,  111.,  1891-1913.  Married,  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y., 
November,  1855,  Catherine  E.,  daughter  of  Jonathan  D.  and  Charlotte 
(Richards)  Steele,  who  survives  him.  Six  children,  three  sons  and  three 
daughters;  one  son  decea.sed  1885.  Died  in  Chicago,  111.,  Dec.  1,  1913,  of 
degeneration  of  heart  muscles,  aged  87  years,  21  days. 

Williams,  Charles  Woodbury,  son  of  Prof.  Levi  Woodbury  and 
Mary  (Page)  Williams,  was  born  in  Truro,  Nova  Scotia,  March  29,  1863. 
Was  educated  in  the  Burlington  Institute,  Iowa,  and  was  graduated  from 
Acadia  College,  Wolfville,  Nova  Scotia,  and  in  theology  from  McMaster 
Hall,  Toronto,  Canada.  Was  ordained  to  the  Baptist  ministry  in  St.  Andrews, 
N.  B.,  May,  1887.  Entered  into  the  Congi-egational  fellowship  in  the  Los 
Angeles  Association.  Pastor,  Avalon,  Catalina  Island,  November,  1899,  to 
November,  1908;  out  of  active  service  two  years  owing  to  ill-health;  educa- 
tional director  of  Plymouth  Church,  Los  Angeles,  1910-12.  Died  in  Los 
Angeles,  Cal.,  Dec.  3,  1913,  from  tuberculosis,  aged  50  years,  8  months, 
5  days. 

Williams,  Wolcott  BiciKLow,  d.d.,  .son  of  Herbert  and  Lucy  (Bigelow) 
WiUiams,  was  born  in  Brooklyn,  Conn.,  Aug.  13,  1823.  Studied  at  Leicester 
Academy,  Leicester,  Mass.;  was  graduated  from  Oberlin  College  in  1850,  and 
from  OberUn  Theological  Seminary  in  1853.  Was  ordained  to  the  Congrega- 
tional ministry  at  Charlotte,  Mich.,   Feb.   3,   1854.      Pastorate:  Charlotte, 


1914]  Necrologij.  33 

Mich.,  1854-67.  He  was  the  first  pastor  of  this  church.  Agent  for  the 
American  Missionary  Association,  1866-68;  superintendent  of  home  missions 
in  Southern  and  Eastern  Michigan,  1868-78;  financial  agent,  Oberhn  Theolo- 
gical Seminary,  1878-79;  financial  agent,  OHvet  College,  OHvet,  Mich.,  1879- 
91;  financial  agent.  Alma  College,  Ahna,  Mich.,  1893-94;  trustee  of  Oberlin 
College,  1872-86;  trustee  of  OUvet  College,  Olivet,  Mich.,  1859-1903; 
trustee  emeritus,  OUvet  College,  1903-13.  Degrees:  a.b.,  Oberlin  College, 
1840;  D.D.,  Olivet  College,  1899.  PubUcations:  "Report  of  Universal 
Benevolent  Society,"  1879;  "  Olivet  College;  Ought  We  to  have  a  Department 
of  Bible  Instruction  Attached  to  It?  "  1899;  "  Inabihty  of  the  State  to  Meet 
Every  Educational  Want  of  Its  Citizens,"  1891;  "Christian  and  Secular 
Education,"  1894;  "History  of  Olivet  College,"  1901;  "Past  and  Present 
of  Eaton  County,"  1906.  Married,  Oct.  5,  1853,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Mary 
Augusta,  daughter  of  Andrew  and  Sarah  (Musier)  Thompson,  who  died  Oct. 
10,  1911.  Four  children,  two  living.  Died  Aug.  31,  1913,  in  Charlotte,  Mich., 
of  heart  failure,  aged  90  years,  18  days. 

Wilson,  John  Ramsey,  son  of  John  and  Ellen  (Knox)  Wilson,  was  born  in 
Glasgow,  Scotland,  Aug.  10,  1865.  Studied  at  Glasgow  University  and  was 
graduated  from  Bangor  Theological  Seminary,  1895.  Was  ordained  at  Temple. 
Me.,  Oct.  30,  1905.  Pastorates:  Pastor,  Temple,  Me.,  June,  1895,  to  July, 
1900;  pastor,  York,  Me.,  July,  1900,  to  July,  1902;  pastor,  Frankfort,  Me., 
November,  1902,  to  May,  1905;  pastor,  Robbinston  and  Red  Beach,  Me., 
September,  1905,  to  September,  1908;  pastor,  Solon,  Me.,  September,  1908, 
to  July,  1911;  stated  supply.  Prince  Edward  Island  (Presbyterian),  at  time 
of  death.  Married,  Sept.  7,  1892,  to  Sarah  E.,  daughter  of  Rev.  Rufus  W. 
and  EUzabeth  (Tenney)  Emerson.  Two  children.  Died  at  Charlottetown, 
P.  E.  I.,  April  15,  1913,  of  Bright's  disease,  aged  47  years,  8  months,  5  days. 


34 


Congregational  Y ear-Book. 


[1914 


SUMMARIES.  —  DISEASES   OR   CAUSES   OF   DEATH. 

Accident,  railway,  1 ;  anemia,!;  angina  pectoris,  3;  aortic  aneurism,  1;  apoplexy,  2;  arterio- 
sclerosis, 2;  asthma,  1;  bladder  trouble,  1;  Bright's  disease,  4;  bronchitis,  1;  cancer,  2;  — 
of  liver,  1;  —  of  bladder,  1;  cerebral  apoplexy,  1;  complication,  2;  diabetes,  1;  empyema,  1; 
heart,  — disease,  1; — failure,  S;  fatty  degeneration,  2;  —  trouble,  7;  —  valvular,  l;intestinal 
obstruction,  1;  jaundice,  1;  la  grippe,  2;  leukemia,  1;  murdered,  1;  nervous  trouble,  1;  old  age, 
6;  operation,  1;  paralysis,  2;  peritonitis,  1;  pleurisy,  1;  pneumonia,  7;  —  uremic,  1; 
prostatitis,  2;  strangulation,  1;  tuberculosis,  3;  — pulmonary,  1;  —  of  stomach,  1;  typhoid 
fever,  1;   uremia,  1;  — poisoning,  3;  unknown,  3. 


Tabular  View,  187.5-1913.     I.     Number,  Age,  Service. 

(Figures  given  for  1875-1912  are  totals  in  years,  months,  and  dajs  for  thirty-seven  years, 
presented  for  purposes  of  computation.) 


Year 


Whole  No. 
of   Deaths 


Totals  in  Ages 


Totals  in  Length  of  Service 


1875-1912    1 

3,222 

2,548  yrs.,  205  mos.,  539  dys.    | 

1,301  yrs.,  214  mos.,  593  dys. 

1913         1 

91 

69     „          9     „         17     „ 

32     „          5     „         23     „ 

Total        1 

3,313 

2,617     .,      214     „      556     „ 

1,333     „      219     „      616     „ 

II.    Age  by  Decades. 


Year 

Over  90 

81-90 

71-80 

61-70 

51-60 

41-50 

31-40 

Under 
31 

Un- 
known 

1875-1912 

!       81 

615 

1      988 

703 

411 

260 

179 

58 

37 

1913 

4 

20 

27 

22 

8 

5 

4 

4 

— 

Total 

85 

635 

1,015 

725 

419 

265 

183 

62 

37 

III.     Education. 
Collegiate. 


Year 


j3 

>. 

1 

P 

3 
1 

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03 

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1 

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1875-1912 

353| 

129| 

59|     251| 

44|     42|     99|   153| 

64 1 

53 1 

161| 

408| 
81 

5871 
25l 

918 

1913         1 

8| 

3| 

1|         5| 

3|       3|       3|       21 

o| 

1| 

4| 

23 

Total       1 

361| 

132 1 

60 1     256 1 

47|     45|   102|   155| 

64| 

54| 

165 1 

416| 

612| 

941 

IV.     Education. 
Theological. 


Year 


1875-1912    1 

761 1 

93 1     2521 

1091 

128| 

431 

174| 

.58|     2171 

333 1 

234i 

930 

1913         1 

161 

3|          7| 

71 

4l 

-t 

6| 

0|         81 

8! 

6| 

22 

Total       1 

777| 

96]     259| 

116| 

132| 

43| 

180| 

58|     225| 

241| 

240| 

952 

1914] 


Necrology. 


35 


V.     Place  of  Birth  and  Death. 


Other  and 

Foreign 

Conn. 

Maine 

Mass. 

N.  H. 

R.  I. 

Vt. 

N.  E. 

N.  Y. 

Unknown 

and 
Abroad 

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J3 

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|506l305|242ll46|672l672|287|l42|  27|   33|322|249|  1,956|  1,445|418|253|539|  1,543|419|  118 
19131     7|     5|     6|     3|   14|  15|     4|     2|  — |  — |     8|     8|       39|       33|   17|     9|   13|       45|   23|     5 
Total|513|310|248|U9|686|687|29l|l44|   27|  33|330|257j  1,995|  1.478|435|262|552|  1.588|442|l23 

*1875-1912. 


VI.     Employment. 


Year 


Pastors 

by 
Council 


Pastors 


Without 
Charge 


Mission- 
aries 


Secretaries 


Instructors 


Others 

and 

Unknown 


1875-1912   1 

286 

524 

1       1,153 

116        1 

56 

1        98 

99 

1913         1 

3 

11 

1            62 

8 

3 

1          3 

0 

Total       1 

289 

535 

1       1,215 

124 

59 

1      101 

99 

36  ■  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 

THE   NATIONAL   SOCIETIES. 


THE   CONGREGATIONAL   EDUCATION   SOCIETY. 

612  and  613  Congregational  House,  Boston,  Mass. 

Officers  for  1913-1914. 

President.  —  William  R.  Campbell,  d.d. 

Vice-President.  —  Charles  R.  Brown,  d.d. 

Directors.  —  William  R.  Campbell,  d.d.;  Charles  R.  Brown,  d.d.,  ex  officiis; 
J.  Converse  Gray;  Simeon  Gilbert,  d.d.;  Rev.  Frederick  H.  Page;  B.  F. 
Hamilton,  D.D. ;  Rev.  Charles  H.  Cutler;  Thomas  Weston;  David  Fales; 
W.  E.  Barton,  d.d.  ;  Edward  P.  Merriam;  Thomas  Todd;  G.  S.  F.  Savage, 
d.d.;  Walter  K.  Bigelow;  Rev.  Harry  E.  Peabody;  Rev.  Harris  G.  Hale; 
Rev.  Samuel  C.  Bushnell;  Albert  Bushnell  Hart;  C.  H.  Beale,  d.d.; 
Rev.  WiNFRED  C.  Rhoades;   Rev.  James  A.  Richards. 

Corresponding  Secretary.  —  Rev.  Edward  S.  Tead. 

Honorary  Secretary.  —  J.  A.  Hamilton,  d.d. 

Honorary  Director.  —  Joshua  W.  Wellman,  d.d. 

Treasurer.  —  S.  F.  Wilkins. 

Auditor.  —  H.  N.  Ackerman. 

Field  Superintendents.  —  New  Mexico,  J.  H.  Heald,  d.d.;  Utah,  Rev.  S.  H.  Good- 
win. 

The  Departments  of  Work  are: 

State  Universities.  —  Congregational  pastors  for  the  thousands  of  young 
students  from  Congregational  families. 

Colleges.  —  Educated  Christianity  is  the  hope  of  the  world,  and  the  reign 
of  Christ  over  human  thought  must  result  mainly  from  Christian  institutions. 

Academies.  —  Our  Christian  academies  prepare  teachers  for  pul)lic  schools 
and  young  people  for  college,  and  afford  liberal  culture  to  many  others  who  go  forth 
as  Christians  to  he  the  seed  and  strength  of  home  missionary  churches. 

Mission  Schools  in  Utah.  —  Mormon  leaders  have  a  distinct  political  aim 
to  gain  firmer  hold  in  national  affairs  in  order  to  gain  larger  liberty  for  their  irre- 
ligious practices.     Mormon  church  influence  controls  the  public  schools  in  Utah. 

Mission  Schools  in  New  Mexico.  —  The  poverty,  prejudice  and  l)ackward 
condition  of  the  Spanish-speaking  Mexicans  are  a  strange  anachronism  in  the  midst 
of  our  American  life.     The  uplift  will  come  through  the  children  and  their  schools. 

Student  Aid.  —  Money  is  loaned  or  granted  to  meritorious  and  needy  young 
men  for  studying  for  the  Christian  ministry. 


1914]  National  Societies.  37 

THE   AMERICAN   CONGREGATIONAL   ASSOCIATION. 

Organized,  1853.     Chartered,  1854. 

Headquarters,  Library,  Congregational  House,  Boston. 


President.  —  Arthu.r  S.  Johnson,  Boston. 

Vice-President.  —  Hon.  Peter  C.  Jones,  Honolulu. 

Corresponding  and  Recording  Secretary.  —  Thomas  Todd,  Jr.,  Concord. 

Treasurer.  —  Augustus  S.  Lovett,  Brookline. 

Librarian  and  Assistant  Treasurer.  —  Wm.  H.  Cobb,  d.d.,  Newton  Center. 

Aiiditor.  —  H.  N.  Ackerman,  Medford. 

Directors.  —  Marquis  F.  Dickinson,  Boston;  B.  F.  Hamilton,  d.d.,  Roxbury; 
Thomas  Todd,  Concord;  De  Witt  S.  Clark,  d.d.,  Salem;  William  H. 
Emerson,  Cambridge;  A.  E.  Dunning,  d.d.,  Brookline;  Augustus  S.  Lovett, 
Brookline;  Arthur  C.  Farley,  Wellesley  Hills;  Rev.  Edward  M.  Noyes, 
Newton  Center;  Franklin  P.  Shumway,  Melrose;  Alfred  M.  Ziegler, 
■  Roxbury;  Arthur  S.  Johnson,  Boston;  D.  C.  Brewer,  Boston;  Timothy 
Smith,  Roxbury;  Jacob  P.  Bates,  Boston;  Sylvester  13.  Carter,  Boston; 
Samuel  Usher,  North  Cambridge;  Thomas  Weston,  Jr.,  Newton;  F.  O. 
Winslow,  Norwood;  Edwin  S.  Woodbury,  Newtonville;  William  J.  Man- 
dell,  Cambridge;  Rev.  Charles  F.  Weeden,  Dorchester;  Thomas  Todd, 
Jr.,  Concord;  Rev.  J.  Edgar  Park,  West  Newton;  Wm.  F.  Whittemore, 
Boston;  Asher  Anderson,  d.d.,  Boston;  S.  C.  Darling,  Somerville;  Rev. 
S.  C.  Bushnell,  Arlington;  Henry  H.  Proctor,  Boston. 


To  maintain,  in  the  city  of  Boston,  a  Congregational  House;  to  care  for 
and  perpetuate  a  library  of  books,  pamphlets,  and  manuscripts,  and  a  collection  of 
portraits  and  relics  of  the  past;  and  to  do  whatever  else  —  within  the  limits  of  its 
charter — .shall  serve  to  illustrate  Congregational  history  and  promote  the  general 
interests  of  Congregational  churches. 

financial. 

During  the  year  the  debt  on  the  Congregational  House  has  been  reduced  by 
$11,000,  bringing  it  down  to  $98,000.  It  is  a  matter  for  wonder  that  our  Associa- 
tion is  almost  always  left  out  of  the  scope  of  testamentary  bequests.  Surely  there 
could  not  be  a  more  stable  and  permanent  investment,  or  one  that  should  more 
commend  itself  to  those  who  have  the  best  interests  of  Congregationahsm  at  heart, 
than  a  legacy  whose  income  would  be  a  perpetual  endowment  for  each  and  all  of 
our  missionary  societies.  Although  the  property  is  worth  several  times  the  amount 
of  the  mortgage,  it  would  be  far  more  productive  for  Christian  work  if  it  could  be 
used  more  fully  for  the  purposes  of  the  Association.  Every  contributor  to  our 
missionary  societies  is  directly  interested  in  the  cancellation  of  this  debt.  The 
Association  exists  for  the  benefit  of  these  societies,  and  of  the  Congregational 
Library.  The  average  annual  rental  of  the  Congregational  House,  after  deducting 
fixed  charges,  amounts  to  above  $10,000;  the  interest  on  the  mortgage  last  year 
was  $4,500.  If  the  debt  were  paid,  the  appropriations  to  all  the  missionary 
societies  could  be  largely  increased. 

the  library. 

The  foresight  of  our  fathers  in  beginning  to  save  and  store  here  all  material 
bearing  on  "  the  religious  history  and  literature  of  New  England  "  is  abundantly 
vindicated,  on  the  one  hand,  by  the  growing  scarcity  of  such  documents,  and  on 
the  other  hand  by  the  constant  use  of  those  which  have  been  obtained.  Daily  pil- 
grimages are  made  hither  for  the  ecclesiastical  and  statistical  material  which  will 
prove  more  useful  still  as  time  goes  on.  It  is  too  often  forgotten,  amid  the  crowd 
of  appeals  that  seem  more  pressing,  that  by  taking  a  very  little  pains  now,  the  clerks 
or  pastors  of  all  our  local  churches  can  win  the  deep  gratitude  of  those  who  are 
coming  after  us. 

We  have  no  Carnegie  to  give  us  a  princely  endowment,  but  in  this  enterprise 
a  little  care  and  painstaking  are  even  more  welcome  than  gifts  of  money. 


38  Congregational  Year-Book.  [1914 


THE  AMERICAN  BOARD  OF  COMMISSIONERS  FOR  FOREIGN 
MISSIONS. 

Organized  in  1810.     Incorporated  in  1812. 

President.  — 

Vice-President.  — Edward  D.  Eaton,  d.d.,  Beloit,  Wis. 

Corresponding  Secretaries.  —  James  L.  Barton,  d.d.;  Cornelius  H.  Patton,  d.d.; 
Edward  Lincoln  Smith,  d.d. 

Treasurer.  —  Frank  H.  Wiggin,  14  Beacon  St.,  Boston. 

Editorial  Secretaries.  —  Elnathan  E.  Strong,  d.d..  Emeritus;  Rev.  William  E. 
Strong,  d.d. 

Associate  Secretaries.  —  Rev.  Enoch  F.  Bell,  Rev.  D.wid  Brewer  Eddy. 

Publishing  and  Purchasing  Agent.  —  John  G.  Hosmer. 

District  Secretaries.  —  New  England  District:  Secretary  Patton  in  charge,  14 
Beacon  St.,  Boston;  Middle  District:  Secretary  Smith  m  charge,  287  Fourth 
Ave.,  New  York;  Interior  District:  A.  N.  Hitchcock,  d.d.;  19  So.  LaSalle 
St.,  Chicago;    Pacific  Coast  District: 

Prudential  Commitlee.  —  The  President  and  Vice-President,  ex  officiis;  Hon. 
Arthur  H.  Wellman;  Rev.  Willard  L.  Sperry;  Henry  H.  Proctor; 
Lucius  H.  Thayer,  d.d.;  Arthur  Perry;  John  C.  Berry,  m.d.;  Raymond 
Calkins,  d.d.;  Walter  K.  Bigelow;  Francis  O.  Winslow;  Edward  C. 
Moore,  d.d.;   Rev.  George  A.  Hall;   Rev.  Shepherd  Knapp,  d.d. 

Every  year  that  passes  the  world  becomes  more  wonderful  in  its  missionary 
opportunity.  Increasingly  does  the  work  take  on  national  and  racial  proportions. 
China  is  changing  her  religion  as  well  as  her  government  and  her  clothes;  Japan's 
hope  still  goes  out  to  the  west.  Troubles  in  Turkey  are  driving  the  Moslems  to 
our  schools.  Africa  is  practically  a  part  of  Europe.  The  religious  break-up  in 
Spain  and  Mexico  continues.  Although  two  thirds  of  our  missionaries  have  been 
living  under  revolutionary  conditions,  we  are  glad  to  report  that  there  has  been  no 
serious  stoppage  of  the  work.  The  ingathering  of  church  members  has  been  re- 
tarded in  some  sections,  as  the  statistics  show;  but  multitudes  of  hearts  have  been 
won  by  the  practical  ministries  of  the  missionaries  in  time  of  turmoil  and  war. 
The  note  we  would  strike  for  the  year  1914  is  that  of  urgency. 

As  to  finances,  the  year  that  has  closed  has  been  fairly  encouraging.  For  the 
third  time  the  receipts  of  the  Board  have  passed  the  million-dollar  mark,  the  total 
being  $1,048,938.76,  an  impressive  sum  to  be  sure,  but  not  enough  to  cover  the 
appropriations,  since  a  deficit  of  $11,233.89  is  carried  over  into  the  new  year.  The 
Board  has  sent  44  new  laborers  into  the  harvest  fields,  29  on  life  appointment  and 
15  for  term  service,  yet  the  positions  we  have  filled  do  not  equal  those  which  remain 
vacant. 

The  figures  which  show  the  forces  on  the  field  continue  to  be  interesting. 

The  Board  has  now  615  American  missionaries,  male  and  female.  Connected 
with  its  113  stations  where  missionaries  reside  there  are  1,434  oustations,  though 
these  do  not  include  all  the  places  where  the  gospel  is  preached  through  its  agents. 
There  are  312  native  pastors,  besides  565  preachers  and  catechists,  and  2,722 
teachers,  making  the  corps  of  Christian  laborers  connected  with  the  Board's  work 
5,604,  besides  native  teachers,  Bible-women,  etc.  This  force  is  by  no  means 
adequate  to  the  demands  of  the  expanding  work. 


1914]  National  Societies.  39 


SUMMARY  OF  THE  REPORT  OF  TREASURER  OF  THE  A.  B.  C.  F.  M. 
FOR  THE  YEAR  ENDING  AUGUST  31,  1913. 

EXPENDITURES. 

Cost  of  Missions. 

Mission  to  West  Central  Africa $32,719.80 

Mission  to  East  Central  Africa 21,155.33 

Zulu  Mission 39,571.10 

Mission  to  European  Turkey 46,990.48 

Mission  to  Western  Turkey 134,497.71 

Mission  to  Central  Turkey 56,732.77 

Mission  to  Eastern  Turkey 62,861.57 

Marathi  Mission 88,730.03 

Madura  Mission 83,902.43 

Ceylon  Mission 22,863.09 

Foochow  Mission .-'. 61,952.09 

South  China  Mission 10,359.56 

North  China  Mission 83,485.72 

Shansi  Mission 34,272.12 

Mission  to  Japan 104,774.80 

Micronesian  Mission 15,809.29 

Mission  to  Mexico 26,141.09 

Mission  to  Spain 16,833.89 

Mission  to  Austria 15,457.20 

Philippine  Islands  Mission 7,644.85 

$966,754.92 

Cost  of  Agencies  and  Young  People's  Department 32,917.75 

Cost  of  Publications 15,905.42 

Cost  of  Administration. 

Foreign  and  Home  Departments $18,736.29 

Treasurer's  Department 10,356.19 

Rent,  Annual  Meeting,  and  miscellaneous  charges 11,251.14 

40,343.62 

Balance  due  from  cooperating  societies  Sept.  1,  1912 47,241.66 

Total $1,103,163.37 

RECEIPTS. 

Donations,  acknowledged  in  the  Missionary  Herald. . . .     $863,296.59 
Legacies  as  acknowledged  in  the  Missionary  Herald.  .  .       163,441.01 

Interest  on  General  Permanent  Fund 22,201.16 

$1 ,048,938.76 

Balance  due  Aug.  31,  1913,  from  cooperating  societies 42,636.24 

Balance  at  credit  of  A.  B.  C.  F.  M.,  Sept.  1,  1912 354.48 

Balance  at  debit  of  A.  B.  C.  F.  M.,  Sept.  1,  1913 11,233.89 

$1,103,163.37 

FRANK  H.   WIGGIN,    Treastirer, 

14  Beacon  St.,  Boston,  Mass. 


40  Congregational  Year-Book.  [1914 

THE   CONGREGATIONAL   HOME    MISSIONARY   SOCIETY. 
Office:   287  Fourth  Avenue,  New  York. 
Incorporated  under  the  laws  of  the  State  of  New  York;  was  organized  in  New 
York  City,  May  12,  1826;  and  incorporated  Feb.  6,  1871. 

OFFICERS. 

President.  —  Wat.son  L.  Phillips,  d.d. 

General  Secretary.  —  Chas.  E.  Burton,  d.d. 

Associate  Secretary.  —  Rev.  Herman  F.  Swartz. 

AssistaJit  Secretary.  —  Rev.  Reuben  L.  Breed. 

Treasurer.  —  Charles  H.  Baker. 

Secretary  of  Woman's  Department.  —  Miss  Miriam  L.  Woodberrt. 

superintendents  of  co-operating  states  and  missionary  di.stricts. 

MoRiTZ  E.  Eversz,  d.d.,  German  Department,  20  No.  Ashland  Boulevard,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Rev.  F.  Risberg,  Swedish  Department,  20  No.  Ashland  Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 

Rev.  O.  C.  Grauer,  Dano-Norwegian  and  Slavic  Departments,  20  No.  Ashland 
Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 

Rev.  K.  T.  Henrickson,  Finnish  Department,  20  No.  Ashland  Boulevard,  Chi- 
cago, 111. 

A.  E.  RicKER,  D.D.,  Meadville,  Pa. 

Rev.  W.  G.  Puddefoot,  24  West  16th  St.,  Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Rev.  W.  H.  Hopkins,  The  South,  Park  Place,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

E.  H.  Stickney,  d.d.,  Fargo,  No.  Dak. 

W.  H.  Thrall,  d.d.,  Huron,  So.  Dak. 

Rev.  C.  E.  Tower,  Oklahoma  City,  Okla. 

Rev.  C.  G.  Murphy,  Oklahoma  City,  Okla. 

Rev.  G.  J.  Powell,  Billings,  Mont. 

Rev.  W.  B.  D.  Gray,  Box  890,  Cheyenne,  Wyo. 

Rev.  Frank  L.  Moore,  1530  Fillmore  St.,  Denver,  Colo. 

J.  H.  Heald,  d.d.,  Albuquerque,  N.  Mex. 

Rev.  LuDwiG  Thomsen,  Boise,  Ida. 

Geo.  E.  Paddack,  d.d.,  360  Vancouver  Ave.,  Portland,  Ore. 

SECRETARIES    AND    TREASURERS    OF    CONSTITUENT    STATES. 

Congregational  Conference  and  Missionary  Society  of  Maine:    Rev.  Chas.  Har- 

BUTT,  Supt.,  95  Exchange  St.,  Portland;   Geo.  F.  Cary,  Treas.,  Portland. 
New  Hamp.shire  Home  Miss.  Society:    Rev.  E.  R.  Smith,  Sec,  Concord;    Alvin 

B.  Cross,  Treas.,  Concord. 
Vermont  Domestic  Miss.  Society:   C.  H.  Merrill,  d.d..  Sec,  St.  Johnsbury;  J.  T. 

Ritchie,  Treas.,  St.  JohnsburJ^ 
Massachusetts  Home  Miss.  Society:    F.  E.  Emrich,  d.d.,  .Sec,  609  Cong.  House, 

Boston;   Rev.  John  J.  Walker,  Treas.,  609  Cong.  House,  Boston. 
Rhode  Island  Home  Miss.  Society:   James  E.  McConnell,  d.d..  Sec,  Providence; 

Frederic  H.  Fuller,   Treas.,  Providence. 
Missionary  Society  of  Connecticut:    Rev.  Sherrod  Soule,  Supt.,  Hartford;    Rev. 

Joel  S.  Ives,  .Sec.  and  Treas.,  Hartford. 
New  York  Home  Miss.  Society:   C.  W.  Shelton,  d.d..  Sec.  and  Treas.,  287  Fourth 

Ave.,  New  York. 
Congregational  Conference  of  Ohio:    Rev.  E.  S.  Rothrock,  Supt.,  1229  Schofield 

Bldg.,  Cleveland;  JohnCJ.  Fraser,  d.d.,  Treas.,  1229  Schofield  Bldg.,  Cleveland. 
Congregational  Conference  of  Illinois:    Geo.  T.  McCollum,  d.d.,  Supt.,  19  So.  La 

Salle  St.,  Chicago;   John  W.  Iliff,  Treas.,  19  So.  La  Salle  St.,  Chicago. 
Wisconsin  Congregational  Association  (Home  Missionary  Department) :    Homer 

W.  Carter,  d.d..  Sec,  Madison;   L.  L.  Olds,  Treas.,  Madison. 
Michigan  Congregational  Conference:    J.  W.  Sutherland,  d.d.,  Supt.,  Hollister 

Blk.,  Lansing;    L.  P.  Haight,   Treas.,  Lansing. 
Congregational  Conference  of  Iowa:    P.  A.  Johnson,  d.d.,  Supt.,  Grinnell;    Miss 

A.  D.  Merrill,  Asst.  Treas.,  Des  Moines. 
Kansas  Congregational  Conference:   Rev.  W.  E.  Brehm,  Supt.,  1520  Mulvane  St., 

Topeka;    Geo.  A.  Guild,  Treas.,  Topeka. 
Nebraska  Congregational  Home  Miss.  Society:    Rev.  S.  I.  Hanford,  Supt.  and 

Treas.,  3025  R  St.,  Lincoln. 
California   Home   Miss.    Society:     Rev.   L.   D.   Rathbone,   Sec,   815   Mechanics 

Bldg.,  San  Francisco;   J.  H.  Morse,  Treas.,  San  Francisco. 
Southern  California  Congregational  Conference:    Rev.  Ralph  B.  Larkin,  Miss. 

Supt.,  Los  Angeles;    Fred  M   Wilcox,  Treas.,  Lamanda  Park. 
Missouri  Congregational  Conference  (Dei)artnient  of  Home  Missions):    Rev.  A.  H. 

ARMsTRONti,  Supt.,  618  Wainwright  Bldg.,  St.  Louis;    P.  A.  Griswold,  Treas., 

924  Wainwright  Bldg.,  St.  Louis. 
Minnesota  Congregational  Miss.  Society:  Rev.  Everett  Lesher,  Sec,  Minneapolis. 
Washington  Home  Miss.  Society:    Rev.  AV.  W.  Scudder,  Supt.,  Seattle;    Rev. 

H.  B.  Hendley,  Treas.,  Tacoma. 


1914]  National  Societies.  41 


THINGS   WORTH    NOTING. 

That  this  year  the  Society  completes  its  eighty-eighth  year. 

That  in  the  early  history  of  the  Society  it  was  interdenominational. 

That  many  Presbyterian  churches  owe  their  foundation  and  life  to  the  Society. 

That  the  Society  has  expended  twenty-six  milhon  dollars  ($26,718,194.46) 
to  plant  and  sustain  mission  churches. 

That  the  Society  commissioned  169  missionaries  the  first  year  of  its  history, 
and  more  than  tenfold  as  many,  or  1,770,  last  year. 

That  four  out  of  every  five  Congregational  churches  were  planted  by  the 
Society  or  its  auxiliaries. 

That  a  year  of  missionary  labor  cost  the  Society  last  year,  1912-1.3,  $480; 
1890,  $509;    1870,  .$280;    1850,  $180;    1826,  $127. 

That  the  receipts  of  the  Society  and  its  auxiliaries  for  1912-13  were  $620,929.06; 
in  1826,  $18,140.76. 

That  the  expenditures  of  the  Society  and  its  auxiliaries  for  1912-1.3  were 
$602,932.92;    for  1826-27,  $13,984.17. 

That  nineteen  states  maintain  their  own  home  missionarj^  work  and  sustain 
an  auxiliary  relation  to  the  national  Society. 

STATISTICAL  REPORT  FOR  YEAR  ENDING  MARCH  31,   1913. 

The  Congregational  Home  Missionary  Society  carried  on  work  during  the 
year  in  twenty-six  states  and  territories,  and  the  constituent  state  societies  in 
eighteen  more.  The  number  of  missionaries  under  commission  for  the  whole  or 
part  of  the  year  was  1,770.  They  cared  for  2,547  churches  and  preaching  stations. 
Connected  with  these  churches  were  2,398  Sunday-schools. 

Of  these  churches  and  missions  433  held  services  in  foreign  tongues:  German, 
Swedish,  Dano-Norwegian,  Bohemian,  Italian,  French,  Spanish,  Welsh,  Finnish, 
Armenian,  Albanian,  Dutch,  Bulgarian,  Persian,  Slovak,  Swede-Finn,  Greek, 
Portuguese,  Syrian,  Indian,  Chinese,  Polish  and  Japanese,  —  twenty-three  in  all. 
The  largest  foreign  work  was  carried  on  among  the  German  people,  110  churches 
and  missions  using  that  language  in  their  service. 

During  the  year  123  new  churches  were  organized,  103  new  church  buildings 
were  erected,  12  more  than  last  year;  and  49  parsonages  were  built,  10  more  than 
last  year. 

The  number  of  churches  coming  to  self-support  was  92,  which  was  11  less 
than  last  year. 

The  receipts  of  the  Society  for  the  year  were  as  follows : 

From  contributions $95,527.39 

From  constituent  state  societies 31,486.17 

From  legacies ••.•••...• 130,189.28 

From  investments -.:.;;. .  />' 17,601.14 


$274,803.98 


Adding  to  the  receipts  of  the  Society  as  above  given  ($274,803.98)  the  receipts 
of  the  Constituent  State  Societies  and  the  City  Mission  Societies  we  have  a  total 
of  $620,929.06  for  Congregational  home  missions  last  year.  The  average  gift 
from  each  member  of  the  Congregational  churches  for  the  year  was  51  cents. 

America's  population  has  grown  35  millions  since  1890. 

America's  wealth  has  grown  63  billions  since  1890. 

Congregationalists  gave  during  1890  88  cents  per  capita  for  Home  Missions. 

In  1912-13  we  gave  51  cents  per  capita. 


42  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 

THE   AMERICAN    MISSIONARY   ASSOCIATION. 
287  Fourth  Ave.,  New  York. 

Organized  Sept.  3,  1846.     Incorporated  under  the  laws  of  the  State  of  New  York. 

President.  —  Henry  C.  King,  ll.d. 

Honorary  Secretary  and  Editor.  —  Rev.  A.  F.  Beard,  d.d. 

Corresponding  Secretaries.  —  Rev.  Charles  J.  Ryder,  d.d.;  Rev.  H.  Paul  Doug- 
lass, d.d. 

Treasurer.  —  Irving  C.  Gaylord,  Esq. 

Secretary  of  Bureau  of  Woman's  Work.  —  Mrs.  F.  W.  Wilcox. 

Secretary  Emeritus.  —  Miss  D.  E.  Emerson. 

District  Secretaries.  —  Rev.  G.  H.  Gutterson,  615  Congregational  House,  Boston, 
Mass.;  L.  O.  Baird,  d.d.,  19  South  La  Salle  St.,  Chicago,  111.;  Rev.  G.  W. 
HiNMAN,  21  Brenham  Place,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Field  Representative.  —  Mrs.  I.  V.  Woodbury,  615  Congregational  House,  Boston, 
Mass. 

field 

extends  from  the  Atlantic  Coast  to  the  Hawaiian  Islands,  and  from  Porto  Rico 

to  Alaska.     It  includes  in  the  South  the  Negroes  and  the  Whites,  both  in  the 

mountains  and  the  lowlands;   in  the  West,  the  Indians;   on  the  Pacific  Coast,  the 

Chine.se,  Japanese  and  Hindus;    in  Alaska,  the  Eskimos;    and  in  Porto  Rico  and 

Hawaii,  those  of  various  races. 

PURPOSE    AND    method. 

The  American  Missionary  Association  is  training  leaders  for  these  different 
races.     This  involves  an 

INDUSTRIAL    LEADERSHIP. 

The  Association  years  ago  introduced  into  its  schools  Industrial  Training.  All 
•our  principal  schools  now  give  this  training.  The  aim  is  not  simply  to  instruct 
the  few  in  handicrafts,  but  to  give  to  the  many  an  intelligent  and  efficient  industrial 
leadership  within  their  own  race,  which  shall  encourage  industrial  activity  and  lead 
to  economic  development. 

.\N    INTELLECTUAL    LEADERSHIP 

is  also  furnished  through  the  colleges  and  higher  institutions.  No  race  can  be 
lifted  by  the  means  of  industrial  training  alone.  The  larger  development  of  intel- 
lectual life  is  essential  to  secure  to  any  race  influence  and  power.  This  the  Asso- 
ciation recognizes  and  provides  for.  In  its  normal  schools  hundreds  of  teachers 
are  trained  for  the  public  schools.  This  training  of  teachers  is  of  supreme  impor- 
tance in  the  elevation  of  any  people. 

MORAL    AND    RELIGIOUS    LEADERSHIP. 

Departments  of  Biblical  and  theological  instruction,  in  which  ministers  and 
missionaries  are  trained  for  the  service  of  their  own  people,  are  provided  by  the 
Association.  Character  building  and  religious  instruction  are  everywhere  a  part 
of  school  training.  High  moral  standards  can  be  met  only  by  a  well-trained  moral 
and  religious  leadership. 

EDUCATION.\L    WORK 

includes  normal,  theological,  college,  academic,  and  grade  teaching,  with  instruc- 
tion in  manual  training,  domestic  science,  mechanical  arts,  and  agriculture.  There 
are  five  chartered  institutions  for  colored  students  as  follows:  Fisk  University, 
Talladega  College,  Tougaloo  University,  Straight  University,  Tillotson  College, 
Piedmont  College  and  Atlanta  Theological  Seminary  gather  a  considerable  body 
of  white  students.  There  are  also  secondary  and  elementary  schools  to  the  num- 
ber of  94.  The  total  enrollment  in  all  the  institutions  of  the  American  Missionary 
Association  last  year  was  14,984. 

CHURCH    WORK. 

The  value  of  Congregational  churches  in  the  field  occupied  by  the  American 
Missionary  As.sociation  cannot  be  measured  by  the  number  of  these  churches. 
Missions  are  estaiilished  which  often  do  not  grow  into  organized  ecclesiastical 
bodies.  This  is  especially  true  among  the  Mountaineers  and  the  Indians.  These 
missions,  however,  are  of  large  value  in  bringing  the  influence  and  light  of  the  gospel 
into  darkened  and  neglected  comnmnities.  Many  of  the  Congregational  churches 
maintain  these  missions  in  their  vicinage  and  so  multiply  their  work.  Our  high 
ideals  of  church  life  maintained  by  these  Congregational  churches  render  somewhat 
slow  the  progress  of  their  organization.  This  is  true  especially  where  there  is  an 
inadequate  intelligence  and  leadership.  An  emphasis  of  the  dignity  and  sacredness 
of  church  membership  is  thus  impressed. 

Among  the  Negroes  (here  is  an  increasing  expression  of  the  ambition  and  desire 
for  expansion  and  growth.  These  evidences  of  progress  in  the  church  work  are 
encouraging. 


1914] 


National  Societies.  43 


LITERATURE. 

Interesting  leaflets  representing  the  work  of  the  American  Missionary  Asso- 
ciation can  be  secured  at  any  time  by  sending  to  one  of  the  offices. 

The  American  Missionary  magazine  is  published  monthly,  representing  the 
work  of  the  several  home  missionary  societies.  The  subscription  price  is  fifty 
cents  per  year. 

STATISTICS,    1912-1913. 

The  South.  Church  Work.  —  Churches,  181;  missionaries,  98;  members, 
10,746. 

Educational  Work.  —  Chartered  institutions,  6;  theological  seminaries,  3; 
colleges,  6;  secondary  institutions,  26;  elementary  institutions,  11;  affiliated  in- 
stitutions, 5;   ungraded  schools,  23;   instructors,  663;  pupils,  14,984. 

PoRTo  Rico.  —  Churches,  11;  members,  595;  out-stations,  24;  school,  1; 
teachers,  7;   pupils,  80;   missionaries  and  evangelists,  23. 

Indian  Missions.  —  Churches,  22;  out-stations,  19;  members,  1,266;  schools, 
4;   teachers,  17;   pupils,  181;    missionaries  and  evangelists,  34. 

Alaska.  —  Missionaries,  2;    church,  1;    members,  193. 

Oriental  Missions:  —  Churches,  13;  members,  823;  missions  and  mission 
schools,  22;  pupils,  951;  additions,  129.  Hawaii:  missionaries,  9;  Oriental 
evangelists,  10. 

Summary.  —  Churches,  228;    members,  13,430;   schools,  101;    pupils,  14,984. 

BUREAU    OF    woman's    WORK. 

The  Association  maintains  a  Bureau  of  Woman's  Work,  to  assist  in  collecting 
funds  for  the  elevation  of  women  in  its  various  fields.  It  specially  invites  the 
cooperation  of  the  Christian  women  of  the  churches  in  this  form  of  work. 

FINANCIAL   STATEMENT. 

CURRENT    WORK    OF    THE    YEAR. 

The  Receipts  during  the  fiscal  year  ending  Sept.  30,  1913,  were  from  churches, 
Sunday-schools,  missionary  societies,  and  individuals,  $222,010.58;  from  estates, 
$110,442.29;  from  income,  .$28,760.30;  from  tuition,  $73,387.98;  from  Slater  Fund, 
paid  to  institutions,  $6,950.  Total,  $441,551.15.  Credit  balance,  Sept.  30,  1912, 
$299.61.     Grand  total,  $441,850.76.     Debit  balance,  Sept.  30,  1913,  $322.74. 

The  Payments  were  for  the  South,  $321,224.43;  Porto  Rico,  $14,646.08; 
Indians,  $26,514.44;  Alaska,  $1,409.45;  Chinese  and  Japanese,  $18,356.40; 
Hawaiian  Missions,  $5,230.05;  publications,  $8,723.07;  agencies,  $22,253.25;  Hon- 
orary Secretary  and  Editor,  $2,000.00;  administration,  $20,447.90;  annual  meeting, 
etc.,  $1,368.43.     Total,  $442,173.50. 

DANIEL    HAND    EDUCATIONAL    FUND    FOR    COLORED    PEOPLE. 
INCOME    ACCOUNT. 

The  Receipts.  —  Balance  on  hand  Oct.  1,  1912,  $441.93;  income  collected 
for  the  year  to  Sept.  30,  1913,  $70,825.94.  Expenditures,  $69,698.15.  Balance  on 
hand  and  appropriated,  $1,569.72. 

SUMMARY    OF    RECEIPTS    FOR    THE    YE.\R. 

For  current  work,  $441,551.15;  income  from  Daniel  Hand  Fund,  $70,825.94; 
Daniel  Hand  Endowment  Fund,  $5,104.00;  Endowment  Funds,  $35,191.00; 
income  not  in  Current  Receipts,  $4,585.11.     Total,  $557,257.20. 

FORM    OF    A    BEQUEST. 

I  bequeath  to  my  executor  (or  executors)  the  sum  of dollars,  in  trust,  to 

pay  the  same,  in days  after  my  decease,  to  the  person  who,  when  the  same 

is  payable,  shall  act  as  Treasurer  of  "  The  American  Missionary  Association,"  New 
York  City,  to  be  applied  under  the  direction  of  the  Executive  Committee  of  that 
Association  to  its  charitable  uses  and  purposes. 

This  will  should  be  attested  by  three  witnesses  (in  some  states  three  are  re- 
quired, in  other  states  only  two),  who  shall  write  against  their  names  their  places 
of  residence  (if  in  cities,  the  street  and  number).  The  following  form  of  attesta- 
tion will  answer  for  every  state  in  the  Union:  "  Signed,  sealed,  pubHshed,  and 
declared  by  the  said  (A  B)  as  his  last  Will  and  Testament  in  the  presence  of  us, 
who,  at  the  request  of  the  said  (A  B)  and  in  his  presence,  and  in  the  presence  of 
each  other,  have  hereunto  subscribed  our  names  as  witnesses."  In  some  states  it 
is  required  that  charitable  bequests  should  be  made  at  least  two  months  before  the 
death  of  the  testator,  but  this  rule  does  not  apply  to  bequests  in  New  York  State 
to  this  Association. 


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THE   CONGREGATIONAL   CHURCH   BUILDING   SOCIETY. 


Vice- 
-Presi- 
dents. 


Officers  of  the  Board. 


Field  Secretaries. 


287  Fourth  Ave.,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

LuciEN  C.  Warner,  ll.d..  President. 
Mr.  Aaron  B.  Mead,  Chicago,  111. 
Hon.  H.  Clark  Ford,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
Rev.  M.  L.  Burton,  ph.d.,  Northampton,  Mass. 
Officers  of  the  Society.  <Rev.  Harry  P.  Dewey,  d.d.,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Rev.  S.  Parkes  C.\dman,  d.d.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
Rev.  Philip  S.  Moxom,  d.d.,  Springfield,  Mass. 
Rev.  OzoRA  S.  Davis,  d.d.,  Chicago,  111. 
Charles  H.  Richards,  d.d..  Recording  Secretarj'. 

!Wm.  H.  Ward,  d.d.,  ll.d..  Chairman. 
Charles  H.  Rich.\rds,  d.d.,  General  Secretarj'. 
Charles  H.  Baker,  Treasurer. 
Rev.  William  H.  Kephart,  d.d..  Recording  Secretary. 

Rev.  W.  W.  Newell,  d.d.,  Chicago,  111. 

Rev.W.W.  Leete,  d.d., Congregational  House, Boston,  Mass. 

Rev.  H.  H.  WiKOFF,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Assistant  Field  Secretaries.  \  ^rs.  C.  H.  Taintor,  Clinton   Conn. 

(  Rev.  J.  P.  Sanderson,  d.d.,  Chicago,  111. 

Trustees.  —  Mr.  Ernest  Greene;  W.  H.  Kephart,  d.d.;  Rev.  C.  L.  Goodrich; 
L.  C.  Warner,  ll.d.;  Frederick  Lynch,  d.d.,  1912-1915;  Wm.  H.  Ward, 
D.D.,  ll.d.;  Rev.  John  S.  Penman;  Samuel  Lane  Loomis,  d.d.;  Mr.  Charles 
L.  Beckwith;  Mr.  John  H.  Allen,  1913-1916;  Mr.  W.  J.  Hunt;  Mr.  John 
M.  Whiton;  Rev.  Samuel  Colcord;  Mrs.  J.  J.  Pearsall;  Rev.  L.  F.  Berry, 
1914-1917. 

Meetings.  —  A  meeting  is  held  in  connection  with  each  biennial  meeting  of  the 
National  Council.  In  each  alternate  year  a  meeting  may  be  held  at  such  time  and 
place  as  the  Board  of  Trustees  may  select. 

Members.  —  All  members  of  the  National  Council  of  Congregational  Churches; 
thirty  corporate  members  at  large;  and  Life  Members  of  the  Society  who  became 
such  before  1914.  Honorary  and  Corresponding  Members  have  also  the  privileges 
of  other  members,  except  voting.  A  gift  of  fifty  dollars  constitutes  one  an  Honor- 
ary Life  Member. 

Form  of  Bequest.  —  I  give  and  bequeath  to  "  The  Congregational  Church 
Building  Society,  a  corporation  duly  organized  and  existing  under  the  laws  of 

the  State  of  New  York,"  the  sum  of dollars  payable  in  months 

after  my  decease,  to  be  applied  to  the  charitable  uses  and  purposes  of  said  Societs', 
under  the  direction  of  its  Board  of  Trustees. 

The  Work  Done.  — -  In  sixty  years  this  Society  has  helped  to  complete 
4,457  churches  and  1,190  parsonages.  Its  receipts  have  amounted  to  .'$7,367,553.01. 
It  has  helped  to  secure  church  property  worth  over  .120,000,000,  and  has  been  an 
important  factor  in  securing  nearly  200  per  cent  growth  in  our  denomination  in  a 
half  century. 

Last  Year.  —  Its  receipts  in  1913  were  .$291,253.25.  Two  hundred  and  ninety- 
five  applications  were  before  the  Board,  asking  101  church  grants  and  loans  and  18 
parsonage  loans  paid  in  thirty-one  states  and  one  territory,  amounting  to  $209,950. 
One  hundred  and  fifty-nine  applications  were  carried  over  into  1914. 

Needs.  —  At  least  .$400,000  a  year,  as  advised  by  National  Council's  Com- 
mittee. 

The  income  for  1913  is  as  follows: 

Received  from  individuals  and  3,302  churches $88,246.51 

for  Parsonage  Loan  Fund 6,483.02 

from  repaid  grants 9,902.1 1 

special  for  church  loans 5,101.88 

from  abandoned  churches 19,458.87 

from  abandoned  parsonages 152.15 

from  legacies 16,728.36 

payments  on  church  loans 85,283.18 

payments  on  parsonage  loans 19,377.12 

for  interest,  dividends,  and  insurance 17,149.38 

from  Annuitants 23,133.68 

miscellaneous 236.99 


Total  receipts  for  the  year $291,253.25 


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CONGREGATIONAL  BOARD  OF  MINISTERIAL  RELIEF. 

Incorporated  under  Laws  of  Connecticut,  1907. 

MEMBERS    OF   THE    BOARD. 

Rev.  Henry  A.  Stimson,  d.d.,  Pres.  H.  Clark  Ford,  Esq. 

Rev.  L.  F.  Berry,  Rec.  Sec'y.  Rev.  Oscar  E.  Maurer. 

Rev.  Hubert  C.  Herring,  d.d.  Rev.  Charles  S.  Mills,  d.d. 

Rev.  Charles  R.  Brown,  d.d.  Mr.  Charles  C.  West. 

Rev.  F.  J.  Goodwin,  d.d.  Mr.  B.  H.  Fancher. 

Rev.  Ambrose  W.  Vernon,  d.d.  Rev.  Sam'l  Lane  Loomis,  d.d. 
Dr.  LuciEN  C.  Warner. 

FINANCE    committee. 

Dr.  LuciEN  C.  Warner,  Chairman.  Mr.  B.  H.  Fancher. 

H.  Clark  Ford,  Esq.  Rev.  L.  F.  Berry. 

standing  committee. 
Rev.  Henry  A.  Stimson,  d.d.  Mr.  B.  H.  Fancher. 

Dr.  LuciEN  C.  Warner. 
Rev.  William  A.  Rice,  d.d..  Secretary,  287  Fourth  Ave.,  New  York,  Room  511. 
Mr.  B.  H.  Fancher,  Treasurer,  287  Fourth  Ave.,  New  York,  Room  511. 

The  Congregational  Board  of  Ministerial  Rehef  is  organized  by  charter  from  the 
legislature  of  Connecticut,  "to  secure,  hold,  manage  and  distribute  funds  for  the 
relief  of  needy  Congregational  ministers  and  the  needy  families  of  deceased  Congre- 
gational ministers,  in  accordance  with  resolutions  and  declarations  adopted  or  made, 
from  time  to  time,  by  the  National  Council  of  the  Congregational  Churches  of  the 
United  States."  At  the  last  meeting  of  the  National  Council  there  was  added  to 
the  functions  of  the  Board  of  Ministerial  Relief  the  work  of  creating  a  Department 
of  Annuities  according  to  the  general  plan  presented  to  the  Council  in  the  report  of 
the  Board  of  Relief  and  unanimously  adopted  by  it.  The  Board  has  undertaken 
this  additional  work  with  enthusiasm  and  the  assurance  of  permanent  success.  All 
our  Congregational  ministers,  not  debarred  by  the  limitations  of  age  or  physical 
infii-mities,  are  urged  to  become  members  of  the  Annuity  Plan.  Literature  relating 
to  the  plan  may  always  be  secured  by  addressing  the  New  York  office. 

In  the  Relief  ■  Department  the  year  1913  was  one  of  great  encouragement. 
It  was  the  privilege  of  the  Board  to  pay  in  pensions  during  the  year  $.30,505.73, 
the  largest  amount  in  the  liistory  of  the  Board.  The  receipts  for  the  year  from  all 
sources  were  $50,882.92.  On  Dec.  31,  1913,  the  Board  held  invested  funds  at 
book  value  to  the  amount  of  $287,098.75  and  had  a  cash  balance  of  $5,385.91.  The 
Board  appeals  to  the  ministers  and  churches  and  individual  friends  for  larger 
gifts  both  to  the  Pension  and  Annuity  departments  for  the  year  upon  which  we 
have  entered. 


FORM  OF  BEQUEST. 

/  give  to  the  "  Congregational  Board  of  Ministerial  Relief'^ 

Dollars,  for  its  uses  and  purposes. 


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THE    CONGREGATIONAL    SUNDAY-SCHOOL    AND    PUBLISHING 

SOCIETY. 

Congregational  House,  Boston.     19  W.  Jackson  Street,  Chicago. 

Officers  of  the  Society. 

President.  —  Rev.  Frederick  H.  Page. 
Vice-Presidents.  —  Rev.  J.  Percival  Huget,  Detroit,  Mich.;    Rev.  Charles  S. 

Mills,  d.d.,  Montclair,  N.  J.;    Pres.  Charles  S.  Nash,  d.d.,  Berkeley,  Cal.; 

Rev.  Frank  E.  Jenkins,  d.d.,  Demorest,  Ga. ;  H.  H.  Kennedy,  Esq.,  Chicago, 

111.;    Rev.  Samuel  H.  Woodrow,  d.d.,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 
Treasurer.  —  Henry  T.  Richardson,  Esq.,  Congregational  House,  Boston. 
Recording  Secretary.  —  Thomas  Weston,  Jr. 

Board  of  Directors. 


Rev.  Frederick  H.  Page,  Chairman. 

George  E.  Adams. 

Rev.  William  R.  Campbell,  d.d. 

Rev.  Daniel  Evans,  d.d. 

George  F.  Kendall. 

Thomas  Weston,  Jr. 

Rev.  Marion  L.  Burton,  d.d. 

Herbert  R.  Gibbs. 

Nathan  B.  Day,  Clerk. 


Rev.  Stephen  A.  Norton,  d.d. 

WiLLARD  C.  Hill. 

Rev.  Austin  Rice. 

Rev.  Frank  W.  Hodgdon. 

Rev.  Clarence  F.  Swift,  d.d. 

Rev.  Arthur  J.  Covell. 

Henry  B.  Patrick. 

Rev.  Benjamin  F.  Hamilton,  d.d.. 

Honorary  Director. 


Executive  Staff. 


Missionary  and  Extension  Secretary.  — 
Rev.  William  Ewing,  d.d. 

Editor  of  General  Publications  and  Edu- 
cational Secretary.  —  Rev.  B.  S.  Win- 
chester, D.D. 

Business  Manager. 


Managing  Editor. — Sidney  A.  Weston, 

PH.D. 

Editor  Emeritus. — M.  C.  Haz.\rd,  ph.d. 
Editor  of  The  Congregationalist.  —  Rev. 
Howard  A.  Bridgman,  d.d. 

Luther  H.  Gary. 


Departments. 

There  are  two  main  divisions  in  the  activities  of  this  society,  administered  in 
five  departments  as  follows: 

I.  Sunday-school  Planting  and  Promotion,  through  the  Missionary  and  Ex- 
tension, and  the  Educational  Departments. 

II.  Publishing  and  Selling,  through  the  Editorial  Department  and  the  Business 
Department. 

missionary  and  extension  department. 

Its  time-honored  work  is  the  planting  and  strengthening  of  Sunday-schools  in 
all  parts  of  our  country.  This  department  derives  its  income  from  the  gifts  of  the 
churches,  Sunday-schools,  individuals,  and  such  sums  as  are  granted  to  it  in  cash 
from  the  net  profits  of  the  Business  Department.  Since  18cS2  it  has  wganizcd 
12,565  Sunday-schools,  from  which  1,617  churches  have  grown. 

Since  1883  all  mojieys  contributed  to  the  society  by  churches  and  individuals 
have  gone  to  this  work,  and  in  addition  to  sums  so  contributed,  the  Business  De- 
partment has  given  about  $100,000  in  cash. 

educational  departme.vt. 
The  Educational  Department,  organized  in  1910,  suggests  educational  stand- 
ards, determines  lesson  courses,  makes  plans  for  the  training  of  teachers,  promotes 
the  coordinating  of  educational  agencies  within  the  churches  and  without,  and 
renders  direct  assistance  through  the  publications  of  the  Society,  and  through  the 
members  of  its  own  statT.  Miss  Margaret  Slattery  is  employed  jointly  by  the 
Educational  and  Missionary  Extension  Departments. 

editorial  dep.\rtment. 
The  Editorial  Department,  under  the  same  direction  as  the  Educational  De- 
partment, creates  the  materials  of  religious  education;  among  these  are  included  all 
Sunday-school  lessons  and  weekly  papers,  all  helps  and  courses  of  study  for  teachers, 
and  all  pamphlets  and  leaflets  dealing  with  education.  The  expenses  of  the  Educa- 
tional and  Editorial  Departments  are  defrayed  from  the  proceeds  of  the  Business 
Department. 

THE    congregationalist    AND    CHRISTIAN    WORLD    DEPARTMENT. 

This  paper,  the  oldest  religious  journal  in  the  country,  now  in  its  ninety-eighth 
year,  and  the  only  national  paper  owned  bj^  Congregationalists,  has  been  the 
property  of  this  Society,  and  conducted  by  it  for  the  entire  denomination,  for 
thirteen  years.  It  is  the  indispensable  medium  of  information  and  influence 
among  our  churches  and  leaders. 


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47 


BUSINESS    DEPARTMENT. 

The  Business  Uepaitnient,  under  the  trade  name  of  "  The  Pilgrim  Press," 
has  an  entirely  separate  treasurj'.  It  publishes  The  Congreoationalist  and  Christian 
World,  the  Wcllspring,  Pilyrim  Teacher,  International  Uniform  and  Graded  Sunday- 
School  Lessons,  Sunday-school  and  church  supplies,  and  conducts  two  book-selling 
establishments  in  Boston  and  Chicago.  It  does  not  appeal  for  funds  of  any  descrip- 
tion. Its  profits,  so  far  as  they  are  not  essential  to  a  necesssary  increase  of  its 
capital,  are  appropriated  for  the  benefit  of  the  denomination. 

MISSIONARY    AND    EXTENSION    DEPARTMENT. 

District  Secretaries. 

Rev.  R.  W.  G.\MMON,  d.d.,  19  W.  Jackson  St.,  Chicago,  111.,  Illinois  and  Indiana. 

Rev.  Milton  S.  Littlefield,  289  4th  Ave.,  New  York  City,  New  York,  New  Jer- 
sey, Pennsylvania,  District  of  Columbia,  and  Maryland. 

Rev.  J.  P.  O'Brien,  d.d.,  4128  Campbell  St.,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Missouri  and 
Arkansas,  and  Educational  Secretary  for  the  Southwest  and  South. 

Rev.  M.  B.  Fisher,  948  Market  St.,  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  California  and  Nevada, 
and  Educational'  Secretary  for  the  Pacific  Coast. 

Miss  Margaret  Slattery,  Teacher  Training. 

Superintendents. 

Rev.  Henry  W.  Tuttle,  d.d.,  Grinnell,     la. 

Rev.  Herman  Seil,  German  Work,  Glendive, 

Mont. 

Rev.  G.  J.  Powell,  Billings    .      .      .    Mont. 

Rev.  O.  L.  Robinson,  Madison    .  Wis. 

Rev.  C.  L.  FiSK,  Ohio,  Kentucky,  We.st 
Virginia  and  West  Pennsylvania,  Cleve- 
land         Ohio 

Rev.  H.  A.  Deck,  Arizona  and  New  Mexico, 
Tempe Ariz. 

Rev.  A.  W.  Bailey,  Maine,  New  Hampshire, 
and  Vermont,  So.  Hadley  .     Mass. 

Rev.  Geo.  B.  Waldron,  Sanford       .        Fla. 

Rev.  Seth  H.  Buell,  Grand  Island  .        Neb. 

Rev.  J.  M.  Graham,  Alabama,  Tenne.9see, 
and  Mississippi,  Birmingham      .        Ala. 


Rev.    J.    H.    Matthews,    Wa.shington    and 

Northern  Idaho,  Seattle.  Wash. 

Rev.  R.  P.   Herrick,  d.d.,   Minnesota  and 

South  Dakota,  Minneapolis.  Minn. 

Rev.  W.  L.  SoTHERLAND.Asst., Detroit,  Minn. 
Rev.  E.  H.  Stickney,  d.d.,  Fargo,  No.  Dak. 
Rev.  Allen  Shaw  Bdsh,  Colorado  and  Utah, 

Denver Colo. 

Rev.  W.  B.  D.  Gray,  Cheyenne  Wyo. 

Rev.  Charles  G.  Murphy,  d.d..  Okla.  and 

Texas,  Oklahoma  ....  Okla. 
Rev.  LuDWio  Thomsen,  Southern  Idaho  and 

Ea.stern  Oregon,  Boise  .  .  .  Ida. 
Rev.    J.    F.    Blackburn,    North    and   South 

Carolina  and  Georgia,  Demorest,  Ga. 
Rev.  J.  Edward  Ingham,  Topeka  Kan. 

Rev.  Howard  N.  Smith,  Portland  Ore. 


Missionaries. 


Rev.  H.  P.  Case,  Southern  CaUfornia,  Los 
Angeles Cal. 

Rev.  John  Willan,  Superior  Wis. 

Rev.  A.   W.   Curtis,   d.d.,   Southern   Pines, 

~     N.C. 

Rev.  C.  M.  Daley,  Great  Falls    .      .    Mont. 

Rev.  W.  R.  Stewart,  Stamford  .      .    Conn. 

Rev.  W.  J.  CoNARD,  Marshall  .    Minn. 

Rev.  J.  M.  Dick,  Seattle   ...  Wash. 

Rev.  M.  C.  Davis,  Wolf  Creek    .      .       Ore. 

Rev.  W.  K.  Bloom,  Minot      .      .    No.  Dak. 

Rev.  Joseph  Pope,  Laurel  .    Mont. 

Rev.  W.  H.  HuRLBUT,  Friona  Tex. 

Rev.  A.  J.  Benedict,  Pearce  .  Ariz. 

Rev.  J.  S.  Rood,  Hebron  .  No.  Dak. 

Rev.  A.  C.  Miller,  Pierre  So.  Dak. 

Rev.  James  N.  Pendleton,  Wash,  and  No. 
Idaho,  Spokane Wash. 

Rev.  V.  Vavrina,  Redig    .  So.  Dak. 


Rev.  HuBER  Burr,  San  Francisco  .  Cal. 
Rev.  M.  C.  Haecker,  Isabel  So.  Dak. 

Rev.  D.  Webster  Davis,  Nisland,  So.  Dak. 
Rev.  J.  C.   Schwabenland,  German  Work, 

Denver Colo. 

Rev.  William  Leeman,  Troy  .     N.  H. 

Rev.  F.  W.  S.^^ss,  Lansing  .  Mich. 

Miss  Helen  M.  Jones,  Sparta  .       Wis. 

Rev.  O.  T.  Wattenbarger,  Hurley,  Tex. 
Rev.  C.  J.  Kellner,  Amarillo  .  .  Tex. 
Rev.  A.  L.  Seward,  Humboldt    .  Ariz. 

Rev.  H.  C.  Van  Valkenburgh,  White  River, 

So.  Dak. 
Rev.  G.  Gazarian,  Fowler  .        Cal. 

Miss  Sallie  a.  McDermott,  Chicago,  111. 
E.  J.  Singer,  San  Francisco  .  .  .  Cal. 
Truman  F.  Galt,  Geddes  So.  Dak. 

Miss  Anna  Keranen,  Newport  .  .  N.  H. 
Miss  Emma  A.  Kautsky,  Joplin  .  Mo. 

Twelve  missionaries  and  twenty-two  other  workers  have  been  employed  dur- 
ing a  portion  of  the  year. 

correspondence. 

1.  Orders,  and  correspondence  relating  to  business  matters,  may  be  addressed 
to  the  Business  Manager,  Congregational  House,  Boston,  or  19  W.  Jackson  St., 
Chicago. 

2.  Correspondence  relating  to  the  Missionary  and  Extension  work  should  be 
addressed  to  the  Missionary  and  Extension  Secretary,  or  State  Superintendents. 

3.  Contributions  for  Missionary  and  Extension  work  should  be  sent  to  Henry 
T.  Richardson,  Treasurer,  Congregational  House,  Boston,  or  to  the  Superintendent 
of  the  state. 

4.  Correspondence  and  manuscripts  intended  for  the  various  papers  and 
periodical  publications  should  be  directed  to  the  Editorial  Department,  Congrega- 
tional  Sunday-School  and   Publishing  Society,   Boston. 

5.  Correspondence  relating  to  Sunday-school  educational  methods,  teacher 
training,  etc.,  should  be  addres.sed  to  the  Educational  Secretary. 

6.  Correspondence  intended  for  the  Board  of  Directors  should  be  addressed 
to  the  Chairman  of  the  Board. 


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THE   WOMAN'S   HOME   MISSIONARY   FEDERATION. 

President.  —  Mrs.  H.  H.  Hart,  7  Colden  Ave.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 
Vice-President-at-large.  —  Mrs.  A.  H.  Stand ish,  449  N.  Grove  Ave.,  Oak  Park,  111. 
Vice-Presidents.  —  Mrs.    C.    G.    Phillips,    Upper    Montclair,    N.  J.;   Mrs.   W.  E. 

Mansfield,  Atlanta,  Ga. ;  Mrs.  G.  Robertson,  Redlands,  Cal. ;   Mrs.  W.  W. 

Newell,  Oak  Park,  111. 
Recording  Secretary.  —  Miss  Mary  Brooks,  5.5  Essex  Ave.,  Gloucester,  Mass. 
Correspondiny  Secretary.  —  Mrs.  F.  H.  Warner,  30  Ridge  view  Ave.,  White  Plains, 

N.  Y. 
Editorial  Secretary.  —  Miss  Eleanor  Nagle,  141  Crafts  St.,  Newtonville,  Mass. 
Treasurer.  —  Mrs.  H.  A.  Flint,  604  Willis  Ave.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 

This  Federation  is  the  only  national  organization  existing  among  Congrega- 
tional women.     The  constitution  in  part  is  as  follows: 

Object.  —  Its  object  shall  be  to  secure  the  cooperation  of  all  state  bodies  of 
women  who  labor  in  any  organized  way  for  the  advancement  of  home  mi.s.sionary 
work  in  connection  with  Congregational  churches. 

Membership.  —  All  state  organizations  of  women  connected  with  Congrega- 
tional churches,  seeking  to  promote  home  missionary  work,  shall  be  eligible  to 
membership  in  the  Federation. 

Meeting.  — -  The  Executive  Committee  shall  decide  on  the  time  and  place 
of  the  annual  meeting,  which  shall  be  held,  whenever  it  seems  desirable,  in  connec- 
tion with  the  annual  meeting  of  one  of  the  national  societies. 

The  Federation  is  made  up  of  thirty-three  women's  state  unions.  It  is  the 
hope  and  purpose  of  the  Federation  to  unify  the  Home  Missionary  work  of  the 
Congregational  women  of  the  United  States,  and  to  raise  $300,000  for  the  work  of 
the  Homeland  Societies.  For  purposes  of  economy  this  money  is  disbursed  by  the 
thirty-three  state  trea-surers  directly  to  the  six  homeland  societies,  following  as 
closely  as  possible  the  percentages  of  the  apportionment  plan. 

'The  Federation  has  representation  on  the  National  Apportionment  Com- 
mission and  the  Congregational  Home  Missionary  Society.  It  is  now  recognized 
in  all  denominational  literature  and  plans  as  one  of  the  national  societies. 

The  Ayyierican  Missionary  is  the  official  organ  of  the  Federation. 


VICE-PRESIDENTS   EX   OFFICIO. 

Being  Presidents  of  State  Organizations  that  h.we  Joined  the  Federation. 

Alabama Mrs.  M.  A.  Dillard,  Selma. 

Arkansas,  Kentucky,  and  Tennessee     .  Mrs.  Joseph  E.  Smith,  Chattanooga. 

Northern  California Mrs.  F.  B.  Perkins,  Oakland. 

Southern  California Mrs.  Geo.  Robertson,  Redlands. 

Colorado Mrs.  W.  M.  Cockes,  Denver. 

Connecticut Mrs.  Williston  Walker,  New  Haven. 

North  Dakota Mrs.  E.  E.  Saunders,  Heaton. 

South  Dakota Mrs.  F.  V.  Stevens,  Yankton. 

Florida Mrs.  L.  L.  Evernden,  Hastings. 

Georgia Mrs.  M.  Iverson  Heard,  Athens. 

Idaho Mrs.  C.  E.  Mason.  Mountain  Home. 

Illinois Mrs.  Annie  E.  S.  Beard,  Oak  Park. 

Indiana Mrs.  Timothy  Harrison,  Kokomo. 

Iowa Mrs.  D.  P.  Breed,  Grinnell. 

Kansas Mrs.  W.  C.  Wheeler,  Topeka. 

Louisiana Miss  Mary  L.  Rogers,  New  Orleans. 

Maine Mrs.  J.  R.  Libby,  Portland. 

Massachusetts  and  Rhode  Island  Mrs.  C.  H.  Patton,  Newton. 

Michigan Mrs.  C.  W.  Wagner,  Ann  Arbor. 

Minnesota Mrs.  E.  A.  Tupper,  Minneapolis. 

Missouri Mrs.  W.  H.  Little,  St.  Louis. 

Nebraska Mrs.  H.  H.  Hosford,  Crete. 

New  Hampshire Mrs.  William  Burhugame,  Exeter. 

New  Jersey Mrs.  Henry  E.  Birdseye,  Glen  Ridge. 

New  York Mrs.  J.  J.  Pcarsall,  Act.  Pres.,  Brooklyn. 

Ohio Mrs.  J.  D.  Nutting,  Cleveland. 

Oklahoma Mrs.  M.  S.  Rowe,  Oklahoma  City. 

Oregon Mrs.  Wm.  C.  Kantner,  Portland. 

Pennsylvania         Mrs.  John  B.  Otto,  Williamsport. 

Utah Mrs.  C.  A.  Walker,  Salt  Lake  City. 

Vermont Mrs.  W.  J.  Van  Patten,  Burlington. 

Washington Miss  H.  A.  MacLaflferty,  Tacoma. 

Wisconsin Mrs.  W.  S.  Jeffries,  Janesville. 


1914]  National  Societies.  49 

THE    WOMAN'S    BOARDS    OF    MISSIONS. 

The  three  Woman's  Boards  are  corporate  bodies,  chartered  under  the  statutes 
of  Massachusetts,  Illinois,  and  California,  respectively.  Each  cooperates  with 
the  American  Board  and  assumes  the  support  of  a  part  of  the  work  under  the  care 
of  the  American  Board.  They  collect  money  through  Branches,  Auxiliaries,  and 
Mission  Circles,  and  support  missionaries  as  teachers,  evangelists,  doctors,  and 
nurses.  Their  missionaries  receive  appointment  from  the  Prudential  Committee 
of  the  American  Board,  and  are  enrolled  as  its  missionaries.  Although  the  funds 
of  the  Boards  are  forwarded  to  the  mission  field  through  the  treasury  of  the  Ameri- 
can Board,  all  the  money  has  been  previously  designated  by  the  Woman's  Boards, 
each  of  wliich  has  its  specific  work  to  be  supported  out  of  its  own  funds.  The 
women,  girls,  and  children  of  the  churches  are  the  constituency  upon  whom  rests 
the  responsibility  of  providing  these  funds. 

THE    WOMAN'S    BOARD    OF    MISSIONS. 

704  Congregational  House,  Boston. 

Organized  January,  1868. 

President.  —  Mrs.  C.  H.  Daniels. 

First  Vice-President.  — •  Mrs.  F.  G.  Cook. 
Foreign  Secretary.  —  Miss  Kate  G.  Lamson. 
Home  Secretary.  — -  Miss  Helen  B.  Calder. 
Editorial  Secretary.  —  Miss  Alice  M.  Kyle. 

Secretary  of  Young  People's  Work.  —  Miss  Mary  Preston. 
Assistant  Secretary.  —  Miss  Anne  L.  Buckley. 
Treasurer.  —  Miss  Sarah  Louise  Day. 

Assistant  Treasurer.  —  Miss  S.  Emma  Keith. 
The  territory  of  this  Board  includes  New  England  and  the  states  east  of  Ohio. 
It  .supports  137  missionaries,  including  20  assistants  and  14  retired  missionaries; 
also  33  boarding  schools,  including  2  colleges,  about  300  day  schools,  in  whole  or  in 
part,  and  225  Bible  women.  Its  receipts  of  the  year  1912-13  were  $188,038.22. 
The  annual  meeting  of  1914  will  be  held  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  Nov.  11  and  12. 
Monthly  pubUcation,  Life  and  Light. 

THE   WOMAN'S   BOARD   OF   MISSIONS   OF   THE   INTERIOR. 

Room  1315,  19  South  La  Salle  St.,  Chicago. 

Organized  October,  1868. 

President  Emeritus.  —  Mrs.  Moses  Smith. 
President.  —  Mrs.  George  M.  Clark. 

First  Vice-President.  —  Mrs.  J.  H.  Moore. 
Secretary.  —  Miss  M.  D.  Wingate. 
Treasurer.  —  Mrs.  S.  E.  Hurlbut. 

Assista7it  Treasurer.  —  Miss  Flora  Starr. 

Editor  of  "Mission  Studies."  —  Miss  Mary  I.  Lyman. 
Its  territory  includes  the  states  from  Ohio  to  Wyoming  and  Montana,  inclusive. 
It  supports  over  80  missionaries,  100  Bible  women,  260  native  teachers,  S  colleges,  23 
boarding  schools,  2  kindergarten  training  schools,  3  Bible  training  schools,  2  hospi- 
tals, besides  kindergartens,  village  and  day  schools.  The  total  receipts  for  the 
year  1912-13  were  .S133, 130.26.  The  annual  meeting  of  1914  will  be  held  Oct.  24- 
26  in  the  Plymouth  Congregational  Church,  Des  Moines,  la.  Monthly  publi- 
cation, Mission  Studies. 

THE   WOMAN'S  -BOARD   OF   MISSIONS   FOR   THE   PACIFIC. 

Room  321,  Lachlan  Building,  417  Market  St.,  San  Francisco. 
Organized  October,  1874. 

President.  —  Mrs.  R.  B.  Cherington,  929  Brush  St.,  Oakland,  Cal. 

Home  Secretary.  —  Mrs.  H.  M.  Tenney,  37  Mesa  Ave.,  Piedmont,  Cal. 
Foreign  Secretary.  —  Mrs.  E.  R.  Wagner,  355  Reed  St.,  San  Jos6,  Cal. 

Treasurer.  —  Miss  Henrietta  F.  Brewer,  770  Kingston  Ave.,  Oakland,  Cal. 
Acting  Treasurer.  —  Mrs.  W.  W.  Ferrier,  2716  Hillegass  Ave.,  Berkeley, 
Cal. 
The  territory  of  this  Board  includes  California,  Oregon,  Washington,  Idaho, 
Utah,  Nevada,  and  Arizona. 

It  suijports  10  missionaries,  15  native  helpers  and  teachers,  1  hospital,  1 
boarding  school,  1  kindergarten,  contributes  towards  several  schools  and  kinder- 
gartens, and  assists  in  medical  work  in  India.  Its  total  receipts  for  the  year  1912- 
13  were  $21,969.58.     Quarterly  pubUcation,  Our  Work. 


50  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 

OTHER   SOCIETIES. 


THE   CONGREGATIONAL   BOARD    OF   PASTORAL   SUPPLY. 

610  Congregational  House,  Boston. 

Directors.  —  Rev.  Charles  H.  Williams,  d.d..  Chairman;  Rev.  Frederick 
E.  Emrich,  D.D.;  Seba  A.  Holton;  George  F.  Kendall;  Rev.  Frank  W.  Mer- 
rick, D.D.;  Sylvanus  G.  Morse;  Rev.  D.  Augustine  Newton;  Rev.  J.  Edgar 
Park;  Rev.  Francis  A.  Poole;  Irwin  W.  Taplet;  Appleton  P.  Williams; 
Chas.  L.  Ziegler. 

Secretary.  —  Rev.  Arthur  J.  Covell. 

This  Board  is  maintained  and  controlled  by  the  Conference  of  Congregational 
Churches  in  Massachusetts.  It  is  an  advisory  agency  in  aiding  pastoral  settle- 
ments. Its  rule  is  to  make  recommendations  to  a  church  only  in  response  to  direct 
official  request.  It  is  the  servant  of  the  churches,  and  is  entirely  responsible  to 
them. 

Our  business  is  to  set  before  the  churches  clear  and  impartial  and  considerate 
testimonies  relative  to  ministers  concerning  whom  they  make  inquiries.  We  give 
names  of  men  available  for  the  pastorate,  if  that  is  desired;  and  we  designate 
and  engage  men  to  preach  with  reference  to  settlement  whenever  that  may  be  left 
with  us.  We  also  furnish  temporary  or  occasional  supplies  wherever  they  may  be 
wanted.  The  Secretary  visits  churches  upon  request,  supplying  the  pulpit  and 
meeting  the  committee  of  the  church. 

The  Secretary  also  visits  the  theological  seminaries,  that  he  may,  so  far  as 
possible,  know  personally  the  men  of  the  senior  classes  who  are  ready  for  settle- 
ment. And  as  far  as  desired,  and  other  duties  permit,  he  speaks  before  associa- 
tions of  churches  and  ministerial  unions  in  the  interests  of  the  work  for  which  the 
Board  stands. 

The  work  of  the  office  is  large  and  increasing.  We  have  carefully  recorded 
statements  concerning  more  than  half  of  all  the  Congregational  ministers  in  the 
country.  The  churches  served  by  us  are  most  largely  in  Massachusetts  and  in 
the  other  New  England  states,  but  our  business  reaches  to  almost  every  state, 
and  passes  even  a  little  beyond  the  bounds  of  the  Union. 

The  records  of  our  office  contain  important  facts  relative  to  the  churches  that 
have  corresponded  with  us.  They  cover  preaching  engagements  of  every  sort 
made  through  our  agency,  and  they  include  copies  of  all  letters  descriptive  of 
ministerial  standing  and  capacity.  Nothing  is  done  that  is  not  put  within  reach 
of  authorized  inspection. 

It  is  not  meant  that  anything  should  be  done  as  a  matter  of  merely  personal 
favor  or  disfavor.  It  is  not  intended  either  that  the  individual  judgment  of  any 
one  person  should  be  much  put  forward  as  of  decisive  weight.  In  matters  con- 
cerning ministerial  character  and  capacity  it  is  meant  that  there  should  be  gathered 
in,  as  far  as  possible,  the  general  judgment  of  discerning  men  who  have  had  oppor- 
tunities of  knowledge;  and  it  is  the  business  of  the  Secretary  to  place  this  general 
judgment  as  best  h<'  can  before  those  who  have  need  to  know  and  the  right  to  know 
what  it  is. 

The  expenses  of  the  Board  are  borne  chiefly  by  contributions  from  the  churches 
of  the  state  through  the  treasury  of  the  Massachusetts  Conference.  Fees  are 
charged,  however,  to  ministers,  for  the  furnishing  of  opportunities  for  the  occa- 
sional supplying  of  pulpits,  and  also  for  aid  in  -securing  pastoral  settlements  out- 
side of  Massachusetts.  Within  the  state  of  Massachusetts  there  is  no  settlement 
fee.  No  charge  is  made  to  churches  anywhere.  But  churches  outside  of  Massachu- 
setts have  often  assumed  the  payment  of  office  fees  which  might  otherwise  have 
been  paid  l)y  the  ministers  concerned. 


1914]  Other  Societies.  51 

BOSTON   SEAMAN'S    FRIEND   SOCIETY. 
Office:  Room  601,  Congregational  House,  Boston. 

Organized  in  1827  by  a  body  of  Congregational  ministers  and  laymen  in  Dr. 
Lyman  Beecher's  church,  the  basement  of  which  was  at  that  time  the  home  of 
the  American  Board.     Incorporated  in   1829. 

President. —  Rev. Alexander  McKenzie.d.d.  Secretary.  —  Charles  ¥.  Stratton. 
Vice-President.  —  Samuel  Usher.  Treasurer.  —  Charles  F.  Stratton. 

Board  of  Managers.  —  The  officers  above  named  and  George  Gould,  Luke  W. 
Fowle,  Charles  W.  Wrightington,  William  A.  Paine,  Franklin  P.  Shumway,  Edward 
B.  Wilder,  Albert  Murdoch,  George  F.  Kendall. 

Corresponding  Secretary.  — 

Object.  —  This  Society  is  devoted  to  the  material,  moral,  and  spiritual  welfare 
of  seamen.  It  aims  to  promote  temperance,  thrift,  morahty,  and  religion  among 
a  class  of  men  whose  privations  and  hardships,  temptations  and  perils,  are  extreme, 
and  who  at  the  same  time  respond  to  helpful  moral  and  religious  influences  more 
readily  than  any  other  class  of  men.  It  also  undertakes  to  provide  these  men  with 
social  entertainment  and  relieve  their  wants  when  shipwrecked  and  destitute. 

Scope.  —  This  work  is  not  local.  It  has  to  be  done  where  seamen  are,  at  large 
commercial  centers  like  Boston,  or  on  great  thoroughfares  of  commerce,  like  Vine- 
yard Sound.  The  work  is  necessarily  prosecuted  at  points  on  the  coast,  but  it 
cares  for  sailor  boys  who  have  come  from  every  state  in  the  Union. 

Every  year  naval  recruiting  parties  cover  a  large  part  of  our  country  with 
their  operations,  and  enlist  young  men  for  sea  service  from  every  state  in  the  Union. 
To  these  lads,  separated  from  the  influences  of  home,  church,  and  Sunday-school, 
our  bethels  and  reading-rooms,  with  their  varied  entertainments,  furnish  a  safe 
and  cheerful  resort  free  from  the  temptations  of  the  saloon. 

The  work  is  not  only  for  sailors  from  every  part  of  our  land,  but  for  men  of 
every  race  and  nation.  These  men  are  followed  by  correspondence  to  all  parts 
of  the  world;  so  that  while  this  work  has  its  center  upon  our  coasts,  its  circum- 
ference includes  all  seas  and  shores  where  sailors  may  be  found. 

Methods.  —  The  work  is  not  simply  preaching  to  sailors,  but  a  large  and  varied 
ministry  to  all  the  wants  of  seamen.  Good  reading  is  supplied  to  men  remote  from 
books  and  news  stands.  Entertainments,  concerts,  and  sailors'  suppers  are  given 
for  the  social  side  of  the  sailor's  life;  the  earnings  of  men  are  received  and  placed  on 
deposit,  with  interest;  invalids  in  naval  or  marine  hospitals  are  visited  with  cheer 
and  comfort.  The  temperance  pledge  plays  an  important  part,  a  dozen  or  more 
sailors  often  signing  at  a  time.  Power  launches  are  maintained  to  minister  to 
the  wants  of  Jack  afloat  as  well  as  ashore.  Attractive  singing  is  provided,  not 
only  in  our  bethels,  but  at  the  navy  yard  and  in  hospitals,  and  sailors  afloat  are 
regaled  with  gospel  songs  that  touch  the  heart,  sung  by  young  people  on  board  our 
harbor  launch.  Food,  clothing,  and  shelter  are  supplied  to  men  shipwrecked  and 
destitute  at  all  seasons,  especially  in  the  rigors  of  winter.  Large  numbers  of  these 
unfortunates  are  cared  for  every  year. 

Results.  —  Many  men  have  been  led  to  save  their  earnings,  an  aggregate  of 
many  thousands  of  dollars.  Hundreds  of  men  have  been  helped  and  befriended  in 
time  of  dire  distress.  Many  thousands  have  had  a  cheery  and  homelike  place  of 
resort  in  reading-rooms,  fitted  up  with  games  as  well  as  with  books  and  magazines. 
All  this  is  additional  to  the  regular  evangelistic  work  of  the  Society,  which  is 
unsurpassed  in  its  way. 

But  the  most  noteworthy  results  of  the  work  are  of  that  intangible  kind,  affect- 
ing the  heart  and  life,  which  cannot  be  tabulated.  In  our  Sailor's  Rest  and  Chapel, 
287  Hanover  St.,  Boston,  there  are  religious  meetings  Wednesday,  Friday,  and 
Sunday  evenings,  and  there  have  been  seasons  when  from  November  to  May  there 
was  rarely  a  meeting  without  requests  for  prayer.  At  our  Vineyard  Haven  Bethel 
there  are  conversions  every  month,  nearly  every  week  in  the  year,  and  in  the  last 
five  years  about  a  thousand  sailors  have  united  in  a  bond  of  Christian  fellowship 
known  as  the  "  Hold  Fast,"  and  with  these  men  the  Chaplain  is  in  con-stant  cor- 
respondence.    The  spiritual  value  of  the  work  accomplished  is  beyond  all  estimate. 

Needs.  —  The  Society  needs  an  annual  contribution  from  every  church, 
Sunday-school,  and  Endeavor  Society.  It  greatly  needs  at  this  time  special  gifts 
from  favored  donors,  amounting  to  at  least  .$7,000,  to  meet  the  balance  of  expense 
for  changes  and  improvements  in  our  Sailor's  Rest  at  287  Hanover  St.,  by  which 
two  thirds  of  that  fine  building  have  been  made  available  for  bethel  work  instead 
of  one  third,  as  heretofore.  It  needs  to  have  its  revenues  supplemented  by  an 
occasional  bequest  from  generous  patrons  whose  living  gifts  may  fail  us.  It  needs 
the  sympathy  and  prayers  of  all  who  care  for  the  sailor's  welfare  and  have  any 
sense  of  the  great  debt  we  owe  to  the  much-neglected  men  of  the  sea. 

FORM    OF    bequest. 

I  give  and  bequeath  to  the  Boston  Seaman's  Friend  Society  the  sum  of  $ 

to  be  applied  to  the  charitable  uses  and  purposes  of  said  Society. 


52  Congregational  Year-Book.  [1914 


THE  FEDERAL  COUNCIL  OF  THE  CHURCHES  OF  CHRIST  IN 
AMERICA. 

National  Offices,  612  United  Charities  Building,  105  East  22d  St.,  New  York. 

The  Federal  Council  unites  thirty  constituent  denominations,  including  the 
Congregational  churches  through  action  taken  by  the  National  Council. 

It  is  an  official,  organized  instrumentality,  just  as  organized  in  its  constitution 
as  the  denominations  themselves,  through  which  the  churches  of  the  nation  which 
hold  to  evangelical  Christianity  may  manifest  to  the  world,  not  only  their  mutual 
sympathy,  but  their  essential  unity  in  planning  and  working  together  in  matters  of 
common  concern. 

The  thirty  constituent  bodies  of  the  council  number  about  seventeen  milUon 
communicant  members,  and,  including  the  family  relations,  represent  something 
like  fifty  million  of  people. 

The  Federal  Council  has  been  constructive,  has  united  and  not  divided.  De- 
nominational values  have  not  been  reduced,  but  rather  increased  through  this 
comrnon  action. 

While  Christian  unity  as  a  sentiment  in  the  life  of  the  nation  has  sought  expres- 
sion in  many  forms  and  utterances,  its  only  actual  achievement  has  been  in  and 
through  the  Federal  Council. 

In  its  work,  it  operates  through  commissions  on  Foreign  Missions,  Home  Mis- 
sions, Sunday  Observance,  Temperance,  Family  Life,  Religious  Education  and 
Evangelism. 

A  commission  on  State  and  Local  Federations  was  appointed  at  the  Quadrennial 
Session  in  Chicago  to  develop  the  work  of  local  federations. 

COMMISSION    ON    THE    CHURCH    AND    SOCIAL    SERVICE. 

This  commission  acts  for  the  united  churches  in  expressing  their  consciousness 
on  matters  relating  to  social  regeneration,  and  is  engaged  in  unifying  the  forces 
engaged  in  this  important  endeavor. 

COMMISSION    ON    PEACE    AND    ARBITRATION. 

By  special  appropriation  for  this  purpose,  this  Commission  has  entered  into 
relations  with  the  churches  of  Germany  and  England  for  the  formation  of  a  Church 
World  Peace  League. 

LITERATURE. 

The  pastors  and  churches  should  endeavor  to  become  thoroughly  acquainted 
with  this  national  federation,  of  which  they  are  a  part,  and  are  entitled  to  send  for 
literature  descriptive  of  the  Council  and  its  activities. 

A  volume  entitled  "Christian  Unity  at  Work"  ($1.10  postpaid)  gives  the 
story  of  the  development  of  Christian  Unity  for  the  past  eight  years. 

OFFICERS    OF    THE    COUNCIL. 

President.  —  Shailer  Mathews,  d.d. 

Chairman  of  Executive  Committee.  —  Frank  Mason  North,  d.d. 

Chairman  of  Administrative  Committee.  —  William  I.  Haven,  d.d. 

Honorary  Secretary.  —  E.  B.  Sanford,  d.d. 

Recording  Secretary.  —  Rivington  D.  Lord,  d.d. 

Treasurer.  —  Alfred  R.  Kimball. 

executive  officers. 
Secretary.  —  Rev.  Charles  S.  Macfarland,  ph.d. 
Associate  Secretary.  —  Rev.  H.  K.  Carroll,  ll.d. 

For  information  regarding  the  work  of  the  Council  address  the  Secretary  of  the 
Council. 

Contributions  for  this  work  should  be  sent  to  Alfred  R.  Kimball,  Treasurer. 


1914]  Theological  Seminaries.  53 


THE   THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARIES. 


ANDOVER  ■  THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY,   Cambridge,  Mass. 
Chartered,  .June,  1807. 

FACULTY    AND    INSTRUCTORS,    1912-1913. 

Edward  Young  Hincks,  d.d..  Smith  Professor  of  Biblical  Theology. 

William  Henry  Ryder,  d.d.,  Norri.s  Professor  of  New  Testament  Interpretation. 

John  Winthrop  Platner,  d.d..  Brown  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History;  Taylor 
Professor  of  History. 

William  Rosenzweig  Arnold,  ph.d.,  Hitchcock  Professor  of  the  Hebrew  Lan- 
guage and  Literature. 

Daniel  Evans,  d.d.,  Abbot  Professor  of  Christian  Theology. 

Albert  Parker  Fitch,  d.d.,  Bartlet  Professor  of  Practical  Theology,  and  Presi- 
dent of  the  Faculty. 

Owen  Hamilton  Gates,  ph.d.,  Librarian;   Curator. 

John  R.  Mott,  d.d.,ll.d.,  Hyde  Lecturer  on  Missions. 

Archibald  T.  Davison,  Jr.,  ph.d..  Organist  and  Chorister. 


Calendar.  —  The  Seminary  year  begins  on  the  Tuesday  following  the  last 
Wednesday  in  September  and  ends  on  the  second  Wednesday  in  June. 

Admission.  —  Applicants  for  admission  are  required  to  present  certificates  of 
college  graduation  and  of  church  membership,  besides  personal  letters  of  recom- 
mendation. Young  men  who  are  not  qualified  for  regular  standing  may  be  ad- 
mitted as  special  students. 

Course  of  Study.  —  The  primary  aim  of  the  Seminary  is  to  prepare  men  for 
the  practical  work  of  the  ministry.  The  regular  course  of  study,  covering  three 
years,  and  leading  to  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity,  is  built  upon  the  funda- 
mental subjects  of  the  Bible,  the  History  of  the  Church,  Christian  Theology, 
Homiletics,  and  Pastoral  Care.  There  is  a  considerable  range  of  electives,  and 
these  are  supplemented  by  many  allied  courses  in  Harvard  University,  open  to 
Andover  students.  The  Hyde  and  Southworth  lectureships  provide  special  in- 
struction in  Christian  Missions  and  in  Ecclesiastical  Polity.  The  region  around 
Boston  offers  rich  opportunities  for  the  study  of  churches  and  church  methods, 
and  of  various  other  agencies  for  social  betterment. 

Degree.  —  The  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  conferred  upon  students  who 
satisfactorily  complete  the  three  years'  course  of  study,  provided  they  already  hold 
a  college  degree. 

Graduate  Students.  —  Graduates  in  theology  are  encouraged  to  pursue 
advanced  study  and  research  under  the  personal  direction  of  the  professors,  and 
are  admitted  to  advanced  courses  in  the  Seminary  and  in  the  University. 

Library  and  Museum.  —  The  Andover-Harvard  Theological  Library  contains 
about  110,000  volumes.  The  Harvard  University  Library,  containing  more  than 
500,000  volumes,  is  open  to  students  in  the  Seminary.  The  Seminary  museum 
contains  the  John  Phelps  Taylor  Palestinian  Collection,  the  Fiske  Missionary 
Collection,  and  other  objects  of  interest. 

For  catalogues  and  further  information  address  the  President  of  the 
Faculty,  Albert  Parker  Fitch,  d.d. 


54  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 


ATLANTA  THEOLOGICAL  SEMINARY. 

Atlanta,  Georgia. 
Opened  for  instruction,  1901. 

FACULTY. 

E.  Lyman  Hood,  m.a.,  ph.d.,  President,  and  Professor  of  Churrh  History. 
Alvan  F.  Sherrill,  b.a.,  d.d.,  Dean,  and  Professor  Honiiletics. 
Lawrence  Phelps,  b.a.,  d.d.,  Professor  Biblical  Theology. 
Frank  R.  Shipman,  b.a.,  b.d.,  Professor  Natural  Theology. 
Frank  T.  Lee,  b.a.,  d.d..  Extension  Professor  in  the  Field. 
James  W.  Bixler,  m.a.,  d.d.,  Lecturer  on  History  of  Doctrine. 


The  Seminary  aims  (1)  to  develop  the  practical  side  of  the  religious  life,  and 
thus  produce  an  evangelistic  and  spiritual  ministry;  (2)  to  give  the  student  an 
insight  into  modern  methods  of  interpretation,  but  so  as  to  produce  a  constructive 
scholarship;  (3)  to  find  God  and  the  Holy  Spirit  in  history  and  the  Church;  to  see 
Christ  in  the  lowliest  forms  of  philanthropic  endeavor;  and  thus  preach  a  gospel 
for  the  whole  life.  The  Seminary  aims  to  enable  the  student  to  have  definite  con- 
victions and  yet  a  mind  open  to  the  advances  of  scholarship. 

The  courses  of  instruction  are  arranged  to  meet  the  needs  of  the  Southern  field. 
The  regular  theological  course  embraces  three  years  of  study.  At  its  completion 
the  degree  of  b.d.  or  b.b.l.  is  given.  Candidates  entering  upon  this  course  must 
have  a  college  course  or  its  equivalent.  The  English  theological  course  is  designed 
to  meet  the  needs  of  many  pastors  who  are  desirous  of  entering  upon  a  course 
of  study,  but  who  are  too  advanced  in  age  to  take  the  regular  college  preparatory 
re<iuirements.  In  such  cases  the  course  embraces  three  years  of  study  besides  the 
regular  English  preparatory  studies.  The  third  course  is  the  Correspondence,  for 
home  study.  It  is  given  to  meet  the  needs  of  pastors  who  are  so  situated  that 
they  cannot  leave  their  work  to  attend  the  Seminary.  The  fourth  is  also  for 
non-resident  students,  and  is  designed  especially  for  the  graduates  of  this  and  other 
seminaries,  who  desire  to  continue,  under  experienced  leadership,  systematic  study. 
To  all  non-resident  students  books  are  sent,  lessons  are  assigned,  and  examinations 
are  given. 

The  books  of  our  library  will  be  sent  to  pastors  and  teachers,  free  of  cost  save 
postage,  to  all  who  comply  with  the  usual  rules  safeguarding  their  return. 

Terms  of  Admi.'^sion.  —  Candidates  for  admission  must  be  members  of  some 
evangelical  church.     Courses  are  opened  to  students  of  either  sex. 

Expenses.  —  No  charge  is  made  for  tuition  or  room  rent.  Board  can  be 
obtained  for  $2.00  and  upward  per  week.  A  limited  amount  of  student  aid  is  given 
to  worthy  men.  All  active  young  men  can  find  employment  in  the  city  that  will 
help  ^hem  to  pay  necessary  expenses.  Preaching  and  missionary  work  in  con- 
nection with  the  prosecution  of  studies  are  possible. 

For  fvu'ther  information  adtlress  President  Hood. 


1914]  Theolugkal  Se^ninwies.  55 


OBERLIN   THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY. 
Oberlin,  Ohio. 

FACULTY. 

President,  Henry  Churchill  King,  d.d.,  ll.d..  Systematic  Theology. 

Senior  Dean,  Edward  Increase  Bosworth,  d.d..  New  Testament. 

Junior  Dean,  George  Walter  Fiske,  a.m.,  b.d..  Practical  Theology. 

George  Frederick  Wright,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  Emeritus  Professor. 

Albert  Henry  Currier,  a.m.,  d.d..  Emeritus  Professor. 

Albert  Temple  Swing,  a.m.,  d.d..  Church  History. 

Kemper  Fullerton,  a.m..  Old  Testament.     Registrar. 

William  James  Hutchins,  a.b.,  Homiletics  and  Missions. 

Louis  Francis  Miskovsky,  a.m.,  b.d.,  Slavic  Department. 

Simon  Eraser  MacLennan,  ph.d..  Comparative  Religion. 

Eugene  William  Lyman,  a.m.,  d.d..  Philosophy  of  Religion,  Christian  Ethics. 

Karl  Wilson  Gehrkens,  a.m.,  Church  Music  and  Sight  Singing. 

Canon  Hastings  Rashdell,  d.c.l.,  litt.d.,  Haskell  Lecturer,  1913-14. 

Duncan  Black  Macdonald,  a.m.,  d.d.,  Haskell  Lecturer,  1914-15. 


Oberlin  Seminary  is  a  high-grade  professional  school  for  college  graduates  in 
training  for  Christian  Leadership:  in  the  Ministry  of  the  Churches,  Social  Service 
in  city  or  country.  Young  Women's  or  Young  Men's  Christian  Association  work  at 
home  or  abroad.  Christian  Teaching,  or  Foreign  Missionary  service. 

From  the  beginning  free  from  sectarian  control  and  creedal  limitations,  the 
Seminary  stands  for  the  unprejudiced  search  for  the  truth,  for  the  culture  of 
Christian  character  and  experience,  and  the  development  of  efficient  Christian 
leadership. 

Equipment.  —  The  Finney  Memorial  Chapel  (1908) ;  the  Carnegie  Library 
(1908),  with  139,000  bound  volumes;  the  Warner  Gymnasium  (enlarged  1912); 
Council  Hall,  newly  equipped,  with  suites  of  rooms  for  60  students;  and  the  Men's 
Building  (1911),  social  center  for  all  men's  interests. 

Terms  of  Admission.  —  College  graduation  and  church  membership  required. 
No  discrimination  has  ever  been  made  against  any  sect,  sex,  race,  or  color.  This 
year  the  sixty-seven  (67)  theological  students  represent  15  Christian  denomina- 
tions and  came  from  42  institutions  of  higher  education,  and  22  states  and  foreign 
countries.  These  figures  do  not  include  the  students  in  the  Oberlin  Slavic  Depart- 
ment. 

Degrees  in  Course.  —  The  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  granted  at  the 
completion  of  the  three-years'  theological  course,  including  90  semester  hours  of 
work,  fully  one  half  of  which  is  elective,  chosen  from  a  broad  range  of  courses. 
The  degree  of  Master  of  Arts  may  be  earned  by  one  year  of  graduate  study  in 
college,  seminary,  or  both.  The  advanced  degree  of  Master  of  Divinity  (s.t.m.) 
is  granted  after  a  fourth  year  of  theological  study  completed  with  high  credit. 

Special  Assets.  —  A  faculty  with  fine  "  team-work,"  democratic  spirit,  and 
friendly  fellowship  with  students.  Close  affiliation  with  a  great  cosmopolitan 
college,  sharing  its  university  privileges,  its  enthusiasm  of  numbers,  its  scholarly 
standards,  and  fine  Christian  ideals.  A  unique  center  of  broad  missionary  inter- 
ests and  the  largest  Student  Volunteer  band  in  the  country.  Unusual  mu.siical  ad- 
vantages. A  rare  social  opportunity,  with  broad  influence  as  chaplains  in  numer- 
ous college  boarding  halls.  Very  moderate  expenses  and  ample  opportunity  for 
self-support.     The  usual  scholarships  and  prizes. 

For  illustrated  catalogue  and  further  information  address  the  Junior  Dean. 

(adv.) 


BANGOR  THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY. 


1914]  Theological  Seminaries.  57 

BANGOR   THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY,  Bangor,  Me. 
Opened.  October,  1816. 

FACULTY. 

David  N.  Beach,  d.d..  President,  and  Fogg  Professor  of  Sacred  Rhetoric  and 
Oratory,  and  Lecturer  on  Pastoral  Theology  and  Sociology. 

Charles  J.  H.  Ropes,  d.d..  Librarian. 

Francis  B.  Denio,  d.d.,  Professor  of  Old  Testament  Language  and  Literature. 

Warren  J.  Moulton,  ph.d.,  d.d.,  Hayes  Professor  of  New  Testament  Language 
and  Literature. 

Calvin  M.  Clark,  b.a.,  Waldo  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical  History. 

John  James  Martin,  ph.d.,  Buck  Professor  of  Christian  Theology. 


Mr.  Elmar  Trickey  Boyd,  m.a..  Instructor  in  New  Testament  Greek. 

Prof.  Herbert  Carlyle  Libby,  a.b.,  of  Colby  College,  Instructor  in  Vocal  Culture. 


lecturer  on  the  bond  foundation. 
Prof.  Homer  Payson  Little,  ph.d.,  of  Colby  College,  on  Geologj'. 

lecturers  of  convocation  week. 

Prof.  Edward  Alfred  Steiner,  ph.d.,  of  Grinnell  College,  Enoch  Pond  Lecturer 

on  Applied  Christianity. 
Dean  Charles  Reynolds  Brown,  d.d.,  of  Yale  Divinity  School,  George  Shepard 

Lecturer  on  Preaching. 
Rev.    Washington   Gladden,    d.d.,    ll.d.,    of   Columbus,    Ohio,    Samuel   Harris 

Lecturer  on  Literature  and  Life. 

other  lecturers. 
Rev.  Henky  L.  Griffin,  d.d.,  of  Bangor,  on  Comparative  Religion. 


The  sole  purpose  of  Bangor  Theological  Seminary  is  to  train  men  and  women 
to  become  preachers,  pastors  and  teachers,  and  mi.ssionaries.  Its  primary  and 
aU  the  supplementarjr  means  of  instruction  seek  this  one  end.  It  is  open  to  Chris- 
tions  of  any  denomination. 

It  offers  to  college  graduates  and  to  those  who  have  received  equivalent  dis- 
cipline the  opportunity  to  gain  a  thorough,  modern,  practical,  ministerial  training, 
and  makes  it  possible  for  good  students  who  are  thus  qualified  to  complete  in  three 
years  the  studies  required  for  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity. 

At  the  same  time  it  makes  provision  for  those  who  are  belated  in  beginning 
their  ministerial  preparation  and  who  have  not  had  the  privilege  of  the  usual  full 
and  unbroken  academic  training.  The  studies  are  adapted  to  their  needs,  vnth  the 
hope  that  they  will  be  able,  in  a  somewhat  longer  time,  to  cover  the  full  course.  A 
considerable  experience  has  shown  that  there  are  many  earnest  young  laymen  in 
our  churches  whose  early  studies,  practical  experience  and  natural  gifts  qualify 
them  to  pro.secute  successfully  theological  studies.  They  often  become  most  able 
and  efficient  ministers. 

Attention  is  called  to  the  Sertiinary's  Library  of  about  28,000  volumes,  well 
selected  and  steadily  growing;  to  its  fine  gymnasium  under  a  competent  physical 
director;  to  Convocation  Week,  with  its  group  of  eminent  lecturers  and  its  gather- 
ing on  this  occasion  from  northern  New  England  of  a  great  company  of  working 
ministers. 

Because  of  the  adoption  of  the  cooperative  plan  in  the  boarding-house,  the 
necessary  expenses  of  the  student  may  be  kept  within  very  moderate  bounds. 

The  Seminary  year  extends  usually  from  the  last  Wednesday  in  September  to 
the  first  Wednesday  in  June. 

Requests  for  catalogues,  letters  of  inquiry,  or  applications  for  admission  should 
))e  addressed  to  the  Corresponding  Secretary,  Prof.  W.\rren  J.  Moulton. 


1914]  Theological  Seminaries.  59 

HARTFORD  THEOLOGICAL  SEMINARY. 

Founded,  1834. 

BOARD    OF    INSTRUCTION. 

Chester  D.  Hartranft,  d.d.,  Honorary  President. 

W.  Douglas  Mackenzie,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  President,  Systematic  Theology. 

Melancthon  W.  Jacobus,  d.d..  Dean,  New  Testament. 

Austin  B.  Bassett,  d.d..  Secretary,  Experiential  Theology. 

Waldo  S.  Pratt,  mus.d..  Music  and  Liturgies. 

Edwin  K.  Mitchell,  d.d.,  Early  Church  History. 

Clark  S.  Beardslee,  d.d.,  Biblical  Homiletics. 

Alexander  R.  Merriam,  d.d.,  Pastoral  Theology. 

Arthur  L.  Gillett,  d.d..  Apologetics. 

Lewis  B.  Paton,  ph.d.,  d.d..  Old  Testament. 

Duncan  B.  Macdonald,  d.d.,  Semitic  Languages. 

Edward  E.  Nourse,  d.d..  Biblical  History  and  Theology. 

Curtis  M.  Geer,  ph.d..  Mediaeval  and  Modern  Church  History. 

Charles  S.  Thayer,  ph.d..  Librarian,  Bibliology. 

J.  Douglas  Adam,  d.d. 


George  E.  Dawson,  ph.d..  Psychology. 

Edward  P.  St.  John,  Pedagogy. 

William  H.  Worrell,  ph.d..  Phonetics. 

Edward  W.  Capen,  ph.d..  Sociology  of  Missions. 

Mardiros  H.  Ananikian,  S.T.M.,  History  and  Languages  of  Turkey. 

John  W.  Wetzel,  ph.b..  Elocution. 

Elbert  C.  Lane,  b.d.,  Hebrew  and  Greek. 

Charles  W.  McCormick,  d.d.,  Methodist  Polity. 

William  G.  Fennell,  d.d..  Baptist  Polity. 

Charles  S.  Lane,  m.a.,  Presbyterian  Polity. 

Frederick  B.  Hartranft,  German. 


The  Seminary  aims  (1)  to  develop  a  vigorous  spiritual  life  as  the  only  sound 
basis  for  scholarship  and  service;  (2)  to  train  in  scientific  methods  of  exegetical  and 
historical  research;  (.3)  to  discover  and  teach  the  truth  of  God  as  revealed  in  the 
Scriptures  and  the  leading  of  his  Spirit  in  history,  and  its  application  to  the  present 
needs  of  the  world ;  and  (4)  to  equip  students  practically  for  the  Christian  ministry 
in  its  various  forms. 

The  Curriculum  is  arranged  in  accordance  with  a  system  of  Grouped  Elec- 
tives,  thus  offering  either  a  balanced  course  or  one  rather  closely  specialized.  It 
is  also  fitted  to  University  students  prepared  to  acquire  advanced  standing.  The 
degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  given  for  completion  of  the  course  with  special 
credit  and  presentation  of  an  approved  thesis. 

The  allied  Kennedy  School  of  Missions  provides  opportunity  for  thor- 
ough study  of  missionary  theory  and  methods. 

The  Hartford  School  of  Religious  Pedagogy,  affiliated  with  the  Seminary, 
supplies  an  invaluable  supplement  to  the  instruction  in  this  department. 

Graduate  Study  is  strongly  encouraged.  The  degrees  of  s.t.m.  and  ph.d. 
are  given  under  carefully  defined  conditions.  Two  fellowships  are  offered  in  the 
undergraduate  department,  each  for  two  years  of  foreign  study;  and  two  of  $500 
each  for  one  year  of  post-graduate  work  in  residence. 

The  Apparatus  includes  a  library  of  98,000  volumes  (excluding  duplicates), 
museum,  reading-room,  gymnasium,  music-room,  etc. 

Terms  of  Admission.  —  Candidates  for  admission  must  be  members  of  some 
Christian  church  and  graduates  of  some  college,  except  in  special  cases.  Those 
who  are  not  college  graduates  can  be  admitted  only  after  examination  and  on  pro- 
bation.    All  courses  are  open  to  women  on  the  same  terms  as  to  men. 

Expenses.  —  No  charge  is  made  for  tuition,  rooms,  furniture,  and  bedding, 
except  a  nominal  fee  of  $25  for  use  of  steam  and  for  supervision.  Board  is  provided 
under  the  care  of  the  Students'  Association,  at  about  $4.00  per  week. 

Scholarsliip  aid  is  provided  for  those  needing  it,  varying  in  amount  according 
to  scholarly  rank. 

Calendar.  —  The  eightieth  year  begins  Sept.  24,  1913,  and  closes  May  27, 
H.m4. 

Address  inquiries  to  the  Dean. 


1914]  Theological  Seminaries.  61 

DIVINITY  SCHOOL  OF  YALE  UNIVERSITY.  NEW  HAVEN,  CONN. 

Opened  for  service,  1822.     This  School  is  undenominational,  but  is  mentioned  as 
having  had  a  Congregational  origin  and  early  history. 

FACULTY    AND    INSTRUCTORS. 

Arthur  Twining  Hadley,  ph.d.,  ll.d.,  President. 

Charles  Reynolds  Brown,  d.d.,  Dean. 

Harlan  Page  Beach,  d.d..  Professor  of  the  Theory  and  Practice  of  Missions. 

Frank  Chamberlin  Porter,  ph.d.,  d.d.,  Winkley  Professor  of  Biblical  Theology. 

Benjamin  Wisner  Bacon,   litt.d.,   d.d.,   ll.d.,   Buckingham  Professor  of  New 

Testament  Criticism  and  Interpretation. 
E.  Hershey  Sneath,  ph.d.,  ll.d..  Professor  of  the  Philosophy  of  Religion  and  of 

Religious  Education. 
WiLLiSTON  Walker,  ph.d.,  d.d.,  l.h.d.,  Titus  Street  Professor  of  Ecclesiastical 

History. 
Henry  Hallam  Tweedy,  m.a..  Professor  of  Practical  Theology. 
Douglas  Clyde  Macintosh,  ph.d..  Assistant  Professor  of  Systematic  Theology. 
Charles  Cutler  Torrey,  ph.d.,  d.d..  Instructor  in  Semitic  Languages. 
Charles  Foster  Kent,  ph.d..  Instructor  in  Biblical  Literature. 
William  Bacon  Bailey,  ph.d..  Instructor  in  Sociology. 
Edward  Morgan  Lewis,  m.a..  Instructor  in  Elocution. 
George  Dahl,  ph.d.,  Instructor  in  the  Hebrew  Language  and  Literature,  and  in 

New  Testament  Greek,  and  Director  of  Religious  Work. 

lecturers  on  missions. 

Rev.  John  H.  Wyckoff,  d.d.,  of  Vellore,  India. 
Timothy  H.  P.  Sailer,  ph.d.,  of  New  York  City. 
Secretary  James  L.  Barton,  d.d.,  of  Boston. 
Secretary  Fred  P.  Haggard,  d.d.,  of  Boston. 
Secretary  A.  Woodruff  Halsey,  d.d.,  of  New  York  City. 
Bishop  William  F.  Oldham,  d.d.,  of  New  York  City. 
President  Archibald  McLean,  d.d.,  of  Cincinnati. 

special  lecturers. 

Rev.  C.  Silvester  Horne,  m.p.,  of  London,  Lyman  Beecher  Lecturer. 

Professor  John  Wright   Buckham,  d.d.,   of   Berkeley,  Cal.,  Nathaniel    William 

Taylor  Lecturer. 
President  Marion  LeRoy  Burton,  ph.d.,  d.d.  ('06),  of  Smith  College,  Alumni 

Lecturer. 


Relation  to  the  University.  —  The  Divinity  School  is  one  of  the  coordinate 
departments  of  Yale  University.  Graduates  of  colleges  of  recognized  standing, 
holding  a  Bachelor's  degree,  and  others  who  show  by  certificate  or  by  examination 
that  they  have  received  the  substantial  equivalent  of  a  college  training,  may  be 
admitted  as  candidates  for  the  degree  of  b.d.,  which  is  conferred  by  the  Yale 
Corporation  after  a  three  years'  course,  entitling  the  recipients  to  enrollment  among 
the  Alumni  of  the  Universitj''. 

Courses  of  Study.  —  The  studies  are  grouped  in  five  departments,  each  lead- 
ing to  the  degree  of  b.d.  These  departments  are  those  of  (1)  Pastoral  Service,  de- 
signed to  train  for  the  ministry  of  the  churches;  (2)  Missionary  Service;  (3)  Re- 
ligious Education,  for  the  preparation  of  teachers  of  the  Bible  in  Colleges  and  other 
advanced  posts  of  Christian  teaching;  (4)  Social  Service,  for  training  in  practical 
philanthropy  based  on  sound  economic  and  sociological  principles;  (5)  History 
and  Philosophy  of  Religion. 

Graduate  or  Fourth-Year  Class.  —  Students  of  approved  scholarship,  who 
have  completed  a  three-years'  course  of  theological  study,  here  or  elsewhere,  are 
admitted  to  the  Graduate  Class,  in  which  advanced  studies  in  theology  are  pursued 
under  the  direction  of  the  professors. 

Opportunities  for  Self-Help.  —  Scholarship  aid  is  considered  not  as  a  gift, 
but  as  a  means  of  livelihood  obtained  by  religious  work.  The  scholarship  funds 
of  the  school  are  used  to  create  opportunities  through  which  the  students  may 
receive  training  for  their  future  work.  The  average  amount  of  time  spent  is  six 
hours  per  week,  for  which  the  remuneration  is  $125.  Prize  scholarships  of  $100  and 
$50  are  also  offered  to  students  of  high  rank  in  scholarship. 

Term  of  Study.  —  The  next  year  will  begin  on  Thursday,  October  1,  1914. 

Application  for  Admission.  —  The  condition  of  admission  is  a  liberal  educa- 
tion at  some  college  or  university.  Catalogues  and  forms  of  application  for  admis- 
sion may  be  obtained  by  addressing  the  Dean,  Yale  Station,  New  Haven,  Conn. 


62  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 

CHICAGO   THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY. 
Chartered,  1855. 

BOARD    OF    INSTRUCTION. 

OzoRA  Stearns  Davis,  ph.d.,  d.d..  President,  Professor  of  Practical  Theology. 

George  N.  Boardman,  d.d.,  ll.d.,  Emeritus  Professor  of  Systematic  Theology. 

G.  Buckingham  Willcox,  d.d..  Emeritus  Professor  of  Practical  Theology. 

Graham  Taylor,  d.d.,  ll.d..  Professor  of  Social  Economics. 

Clarence  A.  Beckwith,  d.d.,  Professor  of  Systematic  Theology. 

Frank  G.  Ward,  ph.d..  Dean,  Professor  of  Religious  Education. 

Henry  H.  Walker,  ph.d.,  Professor  of  Church  History. 

Benjamin  W.  Robinson,  ph.d..  Registrar,  Associate  Professor  of  New  Testament. 

Frederic  Breading  Oxtoby,  Acting  Professor  of  Old  Testament. 

Benjamin  Frank  Aldrich,  ph.d..  Associate  Professor  of  Practical  Theology. 

Frederic  M.  Blanchard,  m.a..  Instructor  in  Public  Speaking. 

H.  Augustine  Smith,  m.a..  Instructor  in  Sacred  Music. 

Herman  Obenhaus,  m.a.,  b.d.,  Director  of  the  German  Institute. 

MoRiTZ  Ernest  Eversz,  m.a.,  d.d..  Professor  in  the  German  Institute. 

Fred  L.  v.  Meske,  b.d..  Professor  in  the  German  Institute. 

R.  A.  Jernberg,  d.d..  Director  of  the  Danish-Norwegian  Institute. 

Otto  C.  Grauer,  Professor  in  the  Danish- Norwegian  Institute. 

Fridolf  Risberg,  s.m.c,  d.d..  Director  of  the  Swedish  Institute. 

Magnus  E.  Peterson,  Professor  in  the  Swedish  Institute. 

Karl  F.  Henrickson,  Director  of  the  Finnish  School. 

EcTU  Aaltio,  Instructor  in  the  Finnish  School. 

Edward  F.  Williams,  d.d.,  Lecturer  on  Congregational  Polity. 

William  E.  Barton,  d.d..  Lecturer  on  Ecclesiastical  Law. 

Augustine  Jones,  b.a.,b.d.,  Lecturer  on  Missions. 

Rose  Roberts  Sears,  Assistant  Librarian. 

Admission.  —  Candidates  for  admission  must  be  college  graduates  or  have 
equivalent  preparation.     Women  are  received  on  the  same  terms  as  men. 

Course  of  Study.  —  The  curriculum  covers  three  years,  and  leads  to  diploma 
or  b.d.  degree.  It  is  arranged  in  a  sj^stem  of  grouped  Electives,  which  give  a  general 
course  with  opportunity  to  specialize  where  desirable.  The  studies,  set  out  from 
the  point  of  view  of  Christian  experience,  are  carried  on  in  a  reverent,  historical, 
and  critical  spirit,  and  aim  at  a  culmination  in  practical  fitness  for  the  ministry. 
The  courses  in  philanthropic,  civic,  and  social  work  offered  by  the  Chicago  School 
of  Civics  and  Philanthropy  are  open  to  all  students. 

Seminary  Extension.  —  Provision  is  made  for  the  instruction  of  ministers 
in  the  field  and  others  by  correspondence  courses  of  study,  and  extension  lectures 
at  the  Seminary.     Write  to  the  registrar  for  particulars. 

.  Foreign  Institutes.  —  In  these  independent  courses  men  are  trained  to 
preach  in  both  the  English  and  the  German  and  Scandinavian  languages.  For 
the  German  a  high-school  training,  and  for  the  Scandinavian  a  good  common- 
school  fitness,  are  required. 

The  New  First  Congregational  Church  and  Chicago  Commons  are  social 
centers  for  civic,  social,  philanthropic,  and  religious  work,  through  which  students 
come  in  direct  contact  with  the  facts  of  the  field. 

Apparatus.  —  Hammond  Library  contains  over  32,420  carefully  selected 
volumes,  current  theological  and  literary  magazines,  all  arranged  according  to 
departments  in  separate  alcoves  for  easy  reference.  There  are  a  parlor,  reading 
room,  music  room,  gymnasium  with  physical  director,  and  light,  airy,  quiet  dor- 
mitories looldng  out  on  Union  Park. 

Expenses  .'VND  Aid.  —  The  only  charge  is  a  nominal  fee  of  $1.00  a  week  for 
heated,  lighted,  and  furnished  rooms.  Board  can  be  secured  near  the  Seminary 
for  $.3.00  or  $4.00  a  week.  Scholarships  and  loans  from  $75  to  $175  a  year  are 
granted  worthy  men,  in  addition  to  the  grant  from  the  Education  Society.  Each 
graduating  class  is  offered  also  a  fellowship,  the  income  of  $10,090,  for  two  years  of 
foreign  study. 

Calendar.  —  The  next  seminary  year  begins  Wednesday,  Sept.  30,  1914,  and 
ends  Wednesday,  May  12,  1915,  with  vacation  of  two  weeks  at  Christmas. 


1914]  Theological  Seminaries.  63 

PACIFIC    THEOLOGICAL   SEMINARY,    Berkeley,  Cal. 
An  Undenominational  School  of  Theology  of  Congregational  Origin. 
Opened  for  service,  1869;   established  at  Berkeley,  1901. 

FACULTY. 

John  Knox  McLean,  d.d..  President  Emeritus. 

Charles  Sumnek  Nash,  a.m.,  d.d.,  President  and  Professor  of  Church  Polity. 

William  Frederic  Bade,  b.d.,  ph.d..  Professor  of  Old  Testament  Literature  and 
Semitic  Languages. 

John  Wright  Buckham,  d.d.,  Professor  of  Christian  Theology. 

Harvey  Hugo  Guy,  b.d.,  ph.d..  Professor  of  History. 

Raymond  C.  Brooks,  d.d.,  Professor  of  Homiletics. 

Ernest  William  Parsons,  b.d.,  ph.d..  Associate  Professor  of  New  Testament 
Literature  and  Exegesis. 

George  Tolover  Tolson,  a.m.,  b.d.,  Librarian  and  Associate  Professor  of  Church 
History. 

Charles  Edward  Rugh,  a.m.,  m.l..  Instructor  in  Religious  Education. 

Albert  Wentworth  Palmer,  b.d..  Instructor  in  Pastoral  and  Social  Service. 

Miles  Bull  Fisher,  b.d..  Instructor  in  Sunday-School  Pedagogy  and  Adminis- 
tration.   

The  Faculty  is  further  strengthened  by  cooperation  with  Pres.  Claiborne 
Milton  Hill,  d.d.,  of  the  Pacific  Coast  Baptist  Seminary;  and  Dean  Earl  Morse 
Wilbur,  m.a.,  d.d.,  of  the  Unitarian  Divinity  School. 

Also,  from  the  University  of  California,  George  Malcolm  Stratton,  ph.d., 
Professor  of  Psychology;  Charles  Mills  Gayley,  litt.d.,  ll.d..  Professor  of  the 
English  Language  and  Literature;  Chauncey  W.  Wells,  a.b.,  Associate  Pro- 
fessor of  English  Composition  and  Rhetoric;  Alexis  F.  Lange,  ph.d..  Professor 
of  the  Theory  and  Practice  of  Education;  John  Fryer,  ll.d.,  Profes.sor  of 
Oriental  Languages  and  Literatures;  Jessica  B.  Peixotto,  ph.d..  Associate  Pro- 
fessor of  Sociology;  William  Popper,  ph.d..  Associate  Professor  of  Semitic 
Languages  and  Literatures;    Chas.  Rieber,  ph.d..  Professor  of  Logic. 

The  Seminary  is  located  at  Berkeley,  the  seat  of  the  University  of  California. 
It  is  thus  enabled  to  avail  itself  freely  of  the  advantages  of  this  University,  among 
the  foremost  in  the  United  States,  all  of  its  courses  being  open,  without  cost,  to  the 
Seminary  students.  Courses  by  the  eight  professors  of  the  University  above  named 
have  been  incorporated  in  the  Seminarj^  curriculum,  these  men  forming,  to  all  in- 
tents and  purposes,  an  associate  faculty.  The  Library  of  the  University  (over 
200,000  volumes)  and  the  special  library  of  the  Seminary  (12,000  volumes)  afford 
large  opportunities  for  special  study.  Instruction  in  medicine  can  be  had  in  the 
Medical  School  of  the  University,  and  better  preparation  in  the  languages  of  China 
and  Japan  can  be  had  under  Professor  Fryer  than  in  the  Orient  itself.  The  climate 
is  remarkably  even,  constantly  cool,  stimulating  and  favorable  for  study  during 
the  entire  year,  knowing  nothing  of  debilitating  spring  changes  or  prostrating 
summer  heats. 

The  main  purpose  is  to  train  men  for  the  practical  ministry.  The  usual  courses 
in  Exegetical,  Historical,  Systematic,  and  Practical  Theology  are  provided.  The 
prescribed  courses,  about  two  thirds  of  the  whole,  are  arranged  to  cover  the  funda- 
mental parts  of  all  departments.  For  the  rest  the  student,  so  far  as  prepared, 
is  allowed  to  choose  freely  among  electives  covering  all  recognized  branches.  Eighty 
units  of  credit  are  the  required  minimum  for  graduation,  a  unit  representing  one 
class-room  exercise  a  week  for  a  half  year.  Hebrew  and  Greek  are  not  required  for 
the  degree  of  b.d.,  but  unusual  facilities  are  furnished  for  acquiring  them.  The 
University  of  California  has  established  an  excellent  course  in  modern  charities. 

The  Seminary  is  open  to  students  of  every  Christian  denomination,  to  women 
as  well  as  to  men.  A  college  diploma  is  required  for  admission  to  regular  stand- 
ing as  a  candidate  for  the  b.d.  degree.  Advanced  courses  are  provided  for  gradu- 
ate students.  Special  students  may  be  received,  as  in  the  University,  to  such 
studies  as  they  are  qualified  to  pursue. 

Regarding  expenses  and  pecuniary  aid,  and  for  further  information,  address 
President  Nash. 

The  next  year  begins  Aug.  18,  1914. 


64  Congregational  Year-Book.  [1914 

TALLADEGA   COLLEGE   THEOLOGICAL   DEPARTMENT. 

Talladega,  Ala. 

Opened  for  service  in  1872. 

FACULTY. 

John  M.  P.  Metcalf,  d.d..  President. 

William  Henry  Walker,  ph.d..  Professor  of  Biblical  Literature. 

Frank  Sherman  Brewer,  a.b..  Dean  and  Professor  of  Theology  and  Homiletics. 

Ezra  B.  Geer,  mus.b.,  Professor  of  Church  Music. 

Mrs.  Frank  Sherman  Brewer,  Instructor  in  English. 

Alfred  T.  Clarke,  Instructor  in  English  Bible. 

William  H.  Holloway,  b.d..  Lecturer  on  Sociologj'. 


The  advantages  of  the  Theological  Department  are  open  to  students  of  all 
denominations  alike. 

building  and  equipment. 
Our  new  Theological  Building,  Andrews  Hall,  provides  classrooms  and  dormi- 
tories and  is  equipped  with  all  modern  conveniences,  steam  heat,  electric  light, 
shower  baths,  etc. 

the  faculty. 
Two  of  the  above  members  of  the  faculty  give  their  entire  time  to  the  work; 
all  have  had  long  training  and  experience  in  preparation  for  it. 

COUR.SES    OF    study. 

The  Regular  Classical  Course  of  three  years'  duration  leads  to  the  degree  of 
B.D.,  and  includes  the  study  of  Greek,  —  Hebrew  not  required.  Candidates  must 
have  completed  two  full  years  of  college  work  with  two  full  years  of  Greek. 

An  English  Course  of  the  same  length  leading  to  a  diploma  is  designed  for 
those  who  have  had  a  college  preparatory  course  or  a  full  normal  course  or  its 
equivalent. 

A  Bible  Training  Course  of  the  same  length  lays  its  emphasis  on  training  in 
English  and  in  the  English  Bible,  and  is  designed  for  men  already  in  the  ministry 
who  desire  more  training,  and  for  those  unable,  because  of  age,  etc.,  to  secure  the 
preparation  for  the  regular  courses. 

A  Correspondence  Course  for  ministers  who  are  not  able  to  do  work  in  residence. 

practical  activities. 
All  students  in  connection  with  the  regular  class  work  in  sociology  are  re- 
quired to  engage  in  certain  forms  of  practical  work  in  the  conmiunity,  for  com- 
nmnity  betterment  and  as  preparation  for  actual  work  among  their  people. 

expenses. 
Tuition  and  rooms  are  free.     Students  must  pay  for  hoard,  books,  washing 
and  incidental  fee.     Opportunities  for  self-help  are  offered,  and  in  return  for  manual 
labor  and  practical  Christian  work  some  student  funds  are  available  for  those  whose 
scholarship  is  satisfactory. 

GENER.\.L    ADVANTAGES. 

Talladega's  location  is  an  unrivaled  one  in  the  healthful  foothills  of  the  Blue 
Ridge. 

The  advantages  of  work  in  connection  with  a  large  school,  a  good  library,  fine 
musical  advantages  and  ()pporlimit\-  to  do  some  class  work  in  the  literary  depart- 
ments of  the  college. 


1914] 


Theolug ical  Seminaries. 


65 


STUDENTS. 


Names  and  Residences 


♦College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 


tSeminary  and 
Class 


Abraham,  Ralph  Lee,  Forest  Grove,  Ore. 
Adams,  Everett  Merle,  Crete,  Neb. 
Ainslie,  James,  Unity,  Me. 
Aitchison,  William,  North  Dana,  Mass. 
Akers,  Ezzet  David,  Victoria,  B.  C. 

Akohori,  Ikutaro,  Ogasogiin,  Japan. 
Allen,  Alexander  Joseph,  Columbus,  Ga. 
Allen,  Eric  R.,  Hartford,  Conn. 
Allen,  Nimrod  Booker,  Columbus,  Ga. 
Anderson,  August  Peter,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
Anderson,  John  Wesley,  Union  Springs,  Ala. 
Anderson,  Thos.  Jefferson,  Nacogdoches,  Tex. 
Anderson,  WilUam  Mack,  Nacogdoches,  Tex. 
Angelou,  Alexander,  Monastir,  Macedonia. 
Arnold,  Henry  Augustus,  Oak  Park,  111. 
Archer,  John  Clark,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
Armstrong,  Robert  Grenville,  Northampton,  Mass. 
Arya,  Surendranath,  Madras,  India. 

Ashby,  William  Mobile,  Roselle,  N.  J. 

Asheim,  Ole  Andreas,  Forest  City,  la. 

Atkins,  Charles  Field,  West  Brookville,  Me. 

Augur,  Julius  Smith,  Meriden,  Conn. 

Badarik,  George,  St.  Clair,  Pa. 

Baer,  George  Stanley,  Ashland,  Ohio. 

Baer,  Johannes,  New  York,  N.  Y. 

Baker,  Dwight  Condo,  Berkele.v,  Cal. 

Baker,  Leslie  William,  Adelaide,  Australia. 

Bakke,  Oscar,  Boston,  Mass. 

BaUou,  Earle  Hoit,  Chester,  Vt. 

Barnard,  Alfred  James,  Quincy,  Mass. 

Barstow,  Robbins  Wokott,  Wethersfield,  Conn. 

Bast,  Carl  P.,  Livingston,  Wis. 

Beal,  Frank  Peer,  Inglewood,  Cal. 

Beardslee,  Claude  Gillette,  Hartford,  Conn. 

Beardslee,  Lyndon  Smith,  Hartford,  Conn. 

Beebe,  Albert  Edward,  Pleasant  Valley,  Conn. 

Beebe,  Harris  Charles,  Ilion,  N.  Y. 

Beiers,  WilUam  H.,  Sharon,  Ga. 

Benedict,  Howard  Warren,  East  Norwalk,  Conn. 

Bennett,  Margaret  Eloise,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 

Bennett,  Perez  Nathaniel,  Dayton,  Ohio. 

Bentz,  Alfred  W.,  Chicago. 

Bergh,  Johannes  H.,  Plainfield,  Conn. 

Berrj-,  Madison  N.,  Riverside,  Cal. 

Bessire,  Bert  Austin,  Laurel,  Neb. 

Blackburn,  William  Lyles,  Holdenville,  Okla. 

Bloom,  Johan  Abel,  Kersey,  Pa. 

Boaz,  William  Moyer,  Vernfield,  Pa. 

Bolton,  Charles  H.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Bolton,  M.  E.  G.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Bowe,  Vernon  Parker,  Rio  de  Janeiro,  Brazil. 

Bowles,  Harry  Oscar,  New  Haven,  Conn. 

Boyce,  John  Jewett,  Santa  Barbara,  Cal. 


Pacific  U. 
Doane, 


.1911 
1913 


1904 


Glasgow  U. 
Presb.  C 

Persia, 
Doshisha, 
Clark  U.  (Ga.)  1910 
U.  of  Cal.  1906 

Wilberforce,      1910 

Wilberforce,      1912 


Monastir  C. 
Beloit, 
Hiram, 
Oberlin, 
City  C, 

Calcutta, 
Lincoln  U. 


1909 
1905 
1912 


1911 


Augsburg  Sem.  — 


Yale, 


191.3 


Ashland  C.  — 


Transylvania,  1911 


Yale, 
Oberhn, 
Dartmouth, 
Ripon  C. 
Occidental  C. 
Yale, 
Williams, 
Wesley  an  U. 
Adrian, 


Oberhn, 
Otterbein  V ■ 


Yale, 

Southwestern 
U. 


1912 
1912 
1913 
1911 
1907 
1909 
1912 
1913 
1912 


1912 
1910 


1913 


1907 


Emporia, 
Kenyon, 


1903 
1910 


OberUn, 
Oberlin, 
Bangor, 
Bangor, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Talladaga, 

Talladega, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Bangor, 

Hartford, 

Oberlin,  Slav. 

Chicago, 

Chicago,  Ger. 

Pacific, 

Yale, 


Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 

Grad. 

Mid. 
Mid. 
Spec. 
Mid. 
Spec. 
Mid. 
Mid. 

■lun. 
Spec. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Spec. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Spec. 

Grad. 


Chicago,  D.N.  Sen. 


Hartford, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Andover. 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Vale, 

Hartford, 

Atlanta, 

Yale. 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 


Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Grad. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Spec. 


Chicago,  D.N .  Jun. 


Pacific, 
Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

.\tlanta, 

Atlanta, 

OberUn, 

Yale, 

Pacific, 


Spec. 
Sen. 

Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Spec. 
Spec. 

Jun. 
Grad. 
Spec. 


*  A  dash  in  the  column  of  colleges  implies  that  the  student  has  never  been  connected  with 
any  college;  the  name  of  a  college  followed  by  a  da.sh  in  place  of  year  impUes  that  the  student 
was  connected  with  that  college,  but  did  not  complete  the  course.  A  list  of  the  coUeges  and 
universities  may  be  found  at  the  end  of  this  list. 

r-    t  "  Sen."    means    Senior.     "Mid.,"    Middle.     "Jun.,"   Junior.     ".Spec."    means  Special 
Course  Grad.       means    Graduate  Class.     "D.  N.,"  "Ger.,"  "Slav.,"    and    "Sw."  mean 

Dano-Norwegian,  German,  Slavic-,  and  Swedish  Departments,  in  Chicago  and  Oberlin      C    I 
means  Christian  Institute. 


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Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 


Seminary  and 
Class 


Boynton,  Edward  Chadbourne,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Bradley,  Dwight  Jaques,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Brandt,  Marvin  Rudolph,  Beloit,  Wis. 

Braun,  Johan,  Loveland,  Colo. 

Brodie,  Donald  Melrose,  Wichita,  Kan. 

Bromley,  Clinton  Ernest,  Brewer,  Me. 

Brotherston,  Arthur,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Brown,  Arthur  N.,  Wauwatosa,  Wis. 

Brown,  Juney  Rufus,  Greensboro,  N.  C. 

Bryant,  Lois,  Macon,  Ga. 

Buck,  Willard  A.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Buck,  Wilham  H.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Buck,  Willis  R.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Buncamper,  Norris  Alfred,  Philipsburg,  D.  W.  In. 

Bunch,  Ada  Belle  W.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Bunch,  J.  Sheridan,  Center,  Ky. 

Burbank,  Daniel  Erskine,  Longmeadow,  Mass. 

Burgess,  Henry  Grover,  America,  111. 

Burkhardt,  Harry  Cecil,  Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Byles,  Charles  Hinckley,  Plainfield,  Conn. 

Cady,  Lyman  van  Law,  Charles  City,  la. 

Cady,  Wilham  Jay,  Charles  City,  la. 

Campbell,  Robert,  jr.,  Everett,  Mass. 

Campbell,  Ruby,  Chicago,  111. 

Campbell,  Thomas  Fulton,  Chicago,  111. 

Candy,  John  Franklin,  Dakota,  111. 
Carmichael,  William  P.,  College  Park,  Ga. 
Carlson,  Sigfred,  Chtherall,  Minn. 
Carne,  William  Stanley,  Newquay,  England. 
Gary,  Frank,  Kyoto,  Japan. 
Carrell,  Mrs.  Golda,  Hartford,  Conn. 
Carrell,  Ora  W.,  Hartford,  Conn. 
Chaffee,  Edmund  B.,  .\nn  Arbor,  Mich. 
Chase,  Cornelius  T.,  Lynn,  Mass. 
ChiUngirian,  Levon  Hagop,  Tarsus,  Turkey. 
Clark,  Frederick  Joseph,  Mason  City,  la. 
Clark-Duff,  William  George,  Sydney,  Australia. 
Cleave,  Eldred,  Monmouth,  111. 
Clifford,  Percy  .lob.  East  Hampden,  Me. 
Clow,  Jay  L.,  Delaware,  Ohio. 
Coale,  Willis  Branson,  Peoria,  III. 
Coan,  Frank  Spear,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 
Cobwin,  Luther  Gordon,  Cheshire,  Conn. 
Coggins,  Albert  George,  Edgerton,  Wis. 
Coleman,  Charles  Clinton,  Talladega,  Ala. 
Colson,  Balch  Brpwnell,  New  York  Mills,  N.  Y. 
Compton,  William  Lynes,  Talladega,  Ala. 
Constantine,  Allan  William,  Durban,  Natal. 
Convis,  Lewis  A.,  Chicago,  III. 
Cooke,  Vernon  W.,  Portland,  Ore. 
Core,  Samuel  Mack,  Talladega,  Ala. 
Corley,  Douglas  Hilary,  Cambridge,  Mass. 
Corn,  Ernest  William,  New  Ross,  Ind. 
Cox,  Homer  William.  La  Grange,  111. 
Creighton.  Roy  Lamont,  Phoenix,  Ariz. 
Crider,  Willis  Clyde.  Berkeley,  Cal. 
Crown,  Leslie  Albert. 

Cunningham,  David  Orville,  Dawson,  Pa. 
Dabney,  Vaughan,  Chicago,  III. 
Dahlin,  Edwin  George,  Orange,  Mass. 
Damlamayan,  Kcvork,  Tarsus.  Turkey. 
Damm,  Paul  Gerrish,  Burlington,  Me. 
Danielson,  Peter  L.,  East  Providence,  R.  L 
Davis,  Charles  McLean,  Williamsport,  Pa. 
Davis,  Robert  H.,' Goodwood,  Ont. 


Amherst, 

Oberlin, 

Beloit, 

Oberlin, 
Drew, 

Beloit, 


Eureka  C. 
Butler, 
Bowdoin, 
Grinnell, 
Denver  U. 


1907 
1912 
1910 

1911 
1913 


1912 
1913 
1911 
1910 
1890 


McCormick 

Theol.  Sem. 
Beloit, 


Sw 


Cliff  c. 

Amherst , 

Penn, 

Penn, 

U.  of  Mich. 

St.  Paul's  C. 
Cornell, 


Wesleyan, 
Oberlin, 
Williams, 
Wesleyan, 


Hamilton, 


Bates, 
Bethany, 
Washburn  C. 
Occidental  C. 
U.  of  Cal. 
Eureka, 
Hiram, 
Bethany, 


1911 
1907 
1908 
1909 

1913 
1905 


1912 
1912 
1911 
1901 


1911 


1913 
1911 

1912 

1913 
1903 
1909 


St.  Paul's  C.  1908 


Pennsvlvania, 
Univ.  of 
Manitoba, 


1911 


Andover, 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Oberhn, 

Atlanta, 

Atlanta, 

Atlanta, 

Atlanta, 

Atlanta, 

Bangor, 

Atlanta, 

Atlanta, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Atlanta, 

Chicago 

Bangor, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Hartford. 

Andover 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Bangor, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Talladega, 

Oberhn, 

Talladega, 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Yale. 

Talladega, 

Andover,. 

Yale, 

Chicago. 

Andover. 

Pacific, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Hartford, 

Bangor, 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Hartford. 


1906 


Mid. 

Mid. 

Spec. 

Jun. 

Sen. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Grad. 

Jun. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Spec. 

Mid. 

Spec. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Spec. 

Sen. 

Spec. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Mid. 

Spec. 

Sen. 

Jun. 

Spec. 

Fellow. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Jun. 


Yale, 


1914] 


Theological  Seminaries. 


67 


Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 

Seminary  and 

of   Graduating 

Class 

Moody  Bible 

1 

Inst. 

1913  Chicago, 

Jun. 

Valparaiso  U 

—    Chicago, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Oberlin,  Sla 

J.        — 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

OberUn,  Slav.       — 

Oberlin, 

1913 

Oberlin, 

Grad. 

Oberlin, 

— 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

Euphrates  C. 

1902 

[Hartford, 

Sen. 

Yale, 

1908 

Yale, 

Spec. 

West  Lafayette, 

1904 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Northwestern 

,    — 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Oberlin, 

1912 

OberUn, 

Mid. 

Cent.  Turkej 

,    — • 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

Holyoke, 

— 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

L  e  b  a  n  o 

n 

VaUey, 

1897 

Yale, 

Grad. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Dartmouth, 

1900 

Hartford, 

Grad. 

Bethany  C. 

1910 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Franklin     and 

Marshall, 

1911 

Yale. 

Sen. 

Knox  C. 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Oberlin, 

1913 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Oberlin,  Slat 

— 

Redfield  C. 

— 

Chicago,  Ger 

.     Sen. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Grad. 

Swed.  Inst. 

1913 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Drury, 

1906 

Chicago, 

Spec. 

Transylvania 

1907 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Columbia, 

— 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Virginia  U. 

1908 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Tarsus  C. 

1911 

Oberlin, 

Sen. 

Grinnell, 

1912 

Yale, 

Mid. 

U.  of  Chris- 

tiana, 

— 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Jun. 

Ripon, 

1913 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Amherst, 

1890 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Pomona  C. 

1909 

Oberhn, 

Mid. 

Oberlin, 

1913 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Hartford, 

Grad. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Grad. 

U.  of  Mich. 

1911 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Kanaai  C. 

1905 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Dendo  Gakko 

— 

Pacific, 

Mid. 

Grinnell, 

1909 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

Eureka, 

1913 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Penn, 

1913 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Jun. 

N.  H.  C. 

1906 

Hartford, 

Grad. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Spec. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

Bates, 

1913 

Bangor. 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

Mico  C. 

1905 

Oberlin, 

Sen. 

Wheaton  C. 

1911 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Mid. 

Grinnell  C. 

1913 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Euphrates  C. 

1903 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Doane, 

1905 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Davis,  William  J.,  Chicago,  111. 

Dawson,  Edwin,  Chicago,  111. 
Dejdar,  John  Joseph,  St.  Paul,  Minn. 
De  Luca,  Theodore  Mirto,  Messina,  Italj'. 
Demko,  Joseph,  Duquesne,  Pa. 
Denny,  Walter  Bell,  Newark,  N.  J. 
Denny,  Walter  Bell,  Oberlin,  O. 
Depoyan,  Hagop  M.,  Lawrence,  Mass. 
Deyo,  John  Maurice,  Plymouth,  Conn. 
Diehl,  Grover  Louis,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Dierlam,  Cleveland  R.,  Stratford,  Can. 

Dieterich,  Fred  William,  Indianola,  la. 

Dikijian,  Diradour  A.,  Chicago,  111. 

Dixon,  Frederick  Rudolph,  So.  Glastonbury,  Conn. 

Dixon,  Herbert,  So.  Glastonbury,  Conn. 

Doane,  Leigh  Bemis,  Clairmont,  Cal. 

Dougherty,  Raymond  Phihp. 

Duncan,  James  A.,  Hopeville,  Ga. 
Dunlap,  Roger  Allen,  Windsor  Locks,  Conn. 
Dunn,  Chester  Vir^l,  New  Philadelphia,  Ohio. 
Dunn,  David,  Huntington,  Pa. 

Dunn,  Theodore  Somers,  Lebanon,  Mo. 
Dutton,  Philip  Drew,  Kane,  Pa. 
Dymacek,  William,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
Eckhardt,  .lohan  H.,  Seattle,  Wash. 
Eddleman,  Henry  C,  Buckhead,  Ga. 
Edens,  James  F.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
Edvards,  Gustaf,  Tatungfu,  China. 
Egan,  Esther  Livingstone. 
Ehlers,  Clifton  Sanders,  Washington,  D.  C. 
Eldridge,  Mary  Edna,  Vineyard  Haven,  Ma.ss. 
Elliott,  Beal,  Tappahannock,  Va. 
Emekjian,  Joseph  Artin,  Tarsus,  Turkey. 
Eusden,  Ray  Anderson,  Marne,  la. 
Evans,  Christine  Skjerve,  Oil  Centre,  Cal. 

Evans,  Edward  R.,  Bevier,  Mo. 
Evans,  Rowland  H.,  Cambria,  Wis. 
Ewing,  Charles  Edward,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
Ferris,  Harlow  Hakes,  Waukesha,  Wis. 
Fifield,  Lawrence  Wendell,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Fletcher,  Robert,  Beacon  Falls,  Conn. 
Foote,  Chauncey  L.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
Fox,  Howard  Stowel,  Detroit,  Mich. 
Fujita,  Kuko,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

Fukushimi, ,  Gonago,  Japan. 

Garner,  Ralph  Harriman,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Gish,  Ellis  Preston,  Eureka,  111. 

Glenney,  Ray  P.,  Union,  la. 

Glore,  John  P.,  East  Point,  Ga. 

Goebel,  Clarence,  Albemarle,  N.  C. 

Gooch,  WilUam  Safford,  Exeter,  N.  H. 

Goodman,  Mary  L.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Gordon,  Linley  Vincent,  Adelaide,  So.  Australia. 

Graffam,  Roy  Stanley,  Bangor,  Me. 

Graham,  Jeanie  Sewall,  So.  Bridgton,  Me. 

Greene,  Louis,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Gregory,  Arnold  Erasmus,  Buff  Bay,  Jamaica. 

Grey,  Alfred  Daniel,  Sebringville,  Ont. 

Guild,  George  E.,  Seymour,  Conn. 

Gustafson,  Floyd  William,  West  Fort  Dodge,  la. 

Hagopian,  Bedros  Hagop,  Berkeley,  Cal. 

Haines.  Alfred  James,  Newark,  N.  J. 

Hall,  Fred  Lyman,  No.  Haven,  Conn. 


68 


Congregational  Year-Book. 


[1914 


Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 


Seminary  and 
Class 


Hall,  John  Fuller,  Omaha,  Neb. 

Hammelman,  Karl  Heinrich,  Grossemoor,  Germany. 

Hanada,  Toich  Esoji,  Moji,  Japan. 

Hankovsky,  George,  Braddock.  Pa. 

Hanna,  Clarence  A.,  Marietta,  Ohio. 

Manner,  G.  Washington,  TaUadega,  Ala. 

Hansen,  Hans  G.,  Kristiania,  Norway. 

Hara,  Matsuta,  Okayama,  Japan. 

Harris,  Ralph  Andre,  Peoria,  III. 

Harrison,  Max  Hunter,  Knoxville,  111. 

Harrison,  Wilfred  Dixon,  Springfield,  Mass. 

Hart,  Iral  Alva,  Homer,  111. 

Hasegawa,  Naokichi,  Hikone,  Japan. 

Hass,  Nathaniel,  Parkston,  So.  Dak. 

Hathaway,  Stephen  Conger,  Marshall,  Mirh. 

Hawthorne,  Walter  Thomas,  Honeoye,  N.  V. 

Hayami,  Tosuke,  Kyoto,  Japan. 

Hedges,  Ralph  Elliot,  Lancaster,  Ohio. 

Hendley,  Arthur  C,  Decatur,  Ga. 

Heyl,  Walter  Charles,  Dixon,  111. 

Hiironen,  Reino,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Hill,  William  Ely,  La  Grange,  III. 

Hochstatter,  John  A. 

Hoersch,  John,  Hebron,  No.  Dak. 

Holmes,  Mons  C,  Boston,  Mass. 

Holmertz,  J.  Thure.  Rockford,  111. 

Hood,  Helen,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Horning,  Lawrence,  Genoa  Junction,  Wis. 

Horton,  Douglas,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Houghton,  WiUiam  Kimbhm,  Port  Louis.  Mauritius. 

Hovehannesaian,  S.  H.,  Aintab,  Turkey. 

Hudacky,  Andrew,  Duquesne,  Pa. 

Hulburd,  Arthur  S.,  Desart,  No.  Dak. 

Humiston,  Wallace  Dwight,  Bethany,  Conn. 

Hutchinson,  F.  M.,  McWhorter,  Ga. 

Imai,  Saburo,  Ishomaki,  Japan. 

Irelan,  Otto  B.,  Berkeley.  Cal. 

Irwin,  Frank  McKenna,  No.  Fairfield,  Ohio. 

Ito,  Kakichi,  Daishoji,  Japan. 

Iwamura,  Seishiro,  Tokyo,  Japan. 

Jacobson,  Henrj',  Hampden,  Mass. 

Jensen,  Andrew  Christian,  Fresno,  Cal. 

Johns,  Arthur  Wesley,  Farmington,  Cal. 

Johnson,  A.  Thure,  Kasota,  Minn. 

Johnson,  Henrj-  Stanley,  Timmonsville,  S.  C. 

Johnson,  Oscar,  Superior,  Wis. 

Jones,  Alexander  Henry,  Wilberforce,  Ohio. 

Jones,  John  Herbert,  Wichita,  Kan. 

Jones,  Thomas  E.  M.,  Richmond,  Ind. 

Jones,  Tom  Owain,  Brynamman,  S.  Wales. 

Jones,  William  loan,  Emporia,  Kan. 

Judd,  Gertrude  R.,  West  Hartford,  Conn. 

Judd,  William  Crawford,  Bristol.  Conn. 

Jurick,  George  IL,  Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Katagiri,  Tetsu,  Sendai,  Japan. 

Keck,  Samuel  Walter,  Brookings.  So.  Dak. 

Kelly,  Charles  Wilson,  Boston,  M.<i.ss. 

Kikstra.  S.,  Chicago.  111. 

Kimball,  Ralph  Lewis,  Newport,  Me. 

King,  Philip  Coates.  Oberlin,  Ohio. 

Kinney,  Samuel  Marks,  Houghton,  N.  Y. 

Kirby,  Paul  Lantz,  Georgetown,  Conn. 

Kirkpatrick,  George  Duncan,  Oklahoma  City,  Okla. 

Kisaell,  William  Fenton,  Lima,  Ohio. 

Kline.  William  Bowman,  University  PI.,  Neb. 

Knudsen,  Thomas  A..  Kristiania,  Norway. 


Doane,  1909 

Teacheis  Scm.  — ■ 
Garrett    Bible 
Inst.  — 

Bethany  C.       1910 


Yale, 
Chicago,  Ger 


Mid. 

Sen. 


Sen. 


Doshisha, 
Oberlin, 
Knox  C. 

Knox  C. 
Doshisha, 
Redfield. 
Mich.  U. 

Doshisha, 
Oberlin, 

Oberlin. 

U.  of  lU. 
Yankton  C. 


Doane, 
Princeton, 


Yale, 
OberUn,  S!ar.        — 
Oberlin,  Mid. 

Talladega,        Spec. 
Chicago.  D.X.  Mid. 


1912 
1913 


1912 
1911 
1906 

1904 
1912 

1912 


Oberlin, 

Oberlin. 

Andover. 

Bangor, 

Chicago, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Oberlin, 

Bangor, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 

Atlanta, 

Oberlin, 


1910 
1912 


Cent.  Turkey,  1908 
Grinnell,  1911 


A  o  y  a  m  a 

Gakuin,  1909 

Washburn,  1898 

Oberiin,  1910 

No.  Japan  C.  l.SOo 

Doshisha,  lOlU 

Clark  U.  1912 


Clemson  Agr.  1910 

Wilberforce,  190.-) 

Fairmount.  1912 

Earlham,  1912 

C.  of  Emporia,  1909 

Mt.  Holyoke,  1913 

We.sleyan,  1911 

Doshisha,  1913 

Yankton  C.  1913 

Fisk  U.  1912 


Mid. 
Spec. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Spec. 
Sen. 


Chicago,  Finn.  Jun. 
Chicago,  .Sen. 

Chicago,  Jun. 

Chicago,  Ger.  Jan. 
Chicago,  D.A'.  Jun. 
Chicago,  Sw.     Jun. 


Atlanta, 

Chicago, 

Hartford. 

Bangor. 

Yale, 


Spec. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Grad. 


Oberlin,  Slav.        — 
Chicago,  Sen. 

Yale,  Jun. 

Talladega,        Spec. 


Pacific, 
Pacific, 
Oberlin. 
Hartford. 
Hartford. 
Yale. 
Pacific, 
Pacific, 
Chicago,  Sw. 
Yale, 

Chicago,  .Sir. 
Yale, 
OboHin. 
Hartford. 
Bangor, 
Oberlin. 
Hartford. 
Yale, 


Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Grad. 
Mid. 
.lun. 
Spec. 
Spec. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 


Chicago,   Grr.  Mid 


Oberhn. 
Oberlin, 
Amherst, 
Drury, 


1910 
1911 
1909 
1912 


Heidelberg  U.  1911 
IT.  of  Neb.        1912 


Pacific. 
[Chicago, 
jOborlin. 
Chicago,  Ger. 
Bangor, 
Dberiin. 
Oberlin. 
Yale. 
Andover, 
Oberlin, 
Yale 


Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Grad. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Fellov 


Chicago. /)..V.  Mid 


1914] 


Theological  Seminaries. 


69 


Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 

Seminary  and 

of  Graduating 

Class 

_ 

OberUn,  Sla 

V.        — 

N. Japan  C. 

1907 

Pacific, 

Grad. 

U.  of  Cal. 

— 

Pacific, 

Sen 

Gammon 

Theo.  Sem. 

1895 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Adrian, 

1893 

Hartford, 

Grad. 

Amherst, 

1909 

Hartford,      Fellow. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  D.N.  Mid. 

Knox  C. 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

MillersviUe  Norm. 

U.,  Penn. 

— 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Neb.  Cent. 

1907 

Hartford, 

Sen 

U.  of  Kansas, 

1911 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Moody     Bible 

Inst. 

1912 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Miss.   Agr.   & 

Mech. 

1907 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Butler, 

1911 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Washington 

and  Lee, 

1912 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Cent.  Turkey 

1910 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Syracuse  U. 

1895 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Ripon, 

1911 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Marietta, 

— 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Oberlin, 

1912 

OberUn, 

Jun. 

Carleton. 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Newton  Thee 

Inst. 

— 

Andover, 

Grad. 

— 

— 

Oberlin,  Slav 

Mid. 

U.  of  Mich. 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Oberhn,  Slav 

— 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Jun. 

Pomona, 

1912 

Pacific, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

Yale, 

1907 

Yale. 

Mid. 

Yale, 

1913 

Yale, 

Spec. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Mid. 

S.Army  Train 

- 

ingC. 

— 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Sen. 

Pomona, 

1910 

OberUn, 

Jun. 

Penn  State  C. 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

Hiram  C. 

1911 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Yale. 

Sen. 

U.  of  Toronto 

1908 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Kingfisher, 

1911 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Bethany, 

1909 

Yale, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Talladega, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Bangor. 

Mid. 

McMaster  U. 

1907 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Cotner  U. 

1913 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Dalhousie  U. 

1901 

Andover, 

Grad. 

Yale. 

1911 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Harvard, 

1913 

Andover. 

Jun. 

Drury, 

1910 

Oberlin, 

Sen. 

Yale, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Finn.  Jun. 

Oberlin, 

1912 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

Doshisha, 

1913 

OberUn, 

Mid. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

— 

— 

Atlanta. 

Jun. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Kocerha,  John,  Braddock.  Pa. 

Kodairo.  Kunio,  Oakland,  Cal. 

Kohara,  Manabu,  Kitsuki,  Japan. 

Lacey,  William  Henry,  New  Haven,  Conn. 

Lane,  Elbert  Clarence,  Wilson,  Conn. 
Lane,  Stoddard,  West  Hartford,  Conn. 
Lang,  Raymond,  Boston,  Mass. 
Larsen,  N.  Lawrence,  Cleveland,  O. 
Larson.  Frank  Alexander,  KnoxviUe,  Hi. 
Leaman,  Amos  Hershey,  Chicago,  III. 

Lebert,  Fred  Clarence,  Boulder,  Colo. 
Lee,  Frederic  Edward,  Columbus,  Kan. 
Lee,  Henry  James,  Chicago,  111. 

Lee,  Mimms  William,  Pine  HiU,  Ala. 

Leitch,  Andrew,  Glencoe,  Ont. 
Lemmon,  Ira,  North  Wilkesboro,  N.  C. 

Levonian.  Puzant  S..  Aintab.  Asia  Minor. 

Lewis.  Daniel  Morgan.  Seymour,  Conn. 

Lewis,  George  Henry,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Lewis,  Gomar  Rhj's,  Jackson,  Ohio. 

Lewis.  Jesse  Lloyd.  Roann,  Ind. 

Lindesmith.  Gilbert  Thompson,  Northfield,  Minn. 

Lindsay,  Samuel,  ■ — — . 

Lisy,  Vaclav  James,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
Lockton.  Grace  May.  Marshall,  Ind. 
Lomen,  Paul,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 
Long,  David  J.,  Buckhead,  Ga. 
Lorbeer,  Floyd  Irving,  Fairmount,  Cal. 
Lord,  Amos  Jasper,  Orange,  Vt. 
Lovain,  Thomas  R.,  Calhoun,  Ga. 
LoveU,  Richard  Leonard,  Plainfield,  N.  J. 
Lovett,  Augustus  Sidney,  BrookUne,  Mass. 
Luce,  Robert  WaUace,  Rathdrum,  Ida. 
Lundgren,  Roy  George,  Attleboro,  Mass. 
Lundgren,  Victor  Hjalmar,  Chicago,  111. 

McClure,  Robert  WilUam,  Shamokin,  Pa. 
McConnell,  Raymond  Arnott,  CorvalUs,  Ore. 
McConnell,  Thomas  Cunningham,  New  Castle,  Pa. 
MacDonald,  Dana  Stidmore,  West  Mansfield,  Ohio. 
MacDonald,  Fred  Allan.  Somerville,  Mass. 
MacDonald.  Nathaniel,  Ottawa,  Ont. 
McKeeman,  James  Albert,  Medford.  Okla. 
McLain,  Wilford  H.,  Vanderbilt,  Pa. 
McLean,  Henry  Thornton,  Swan  Station,  N.  C. 
MacMartin,  John  Edward,  Boston,  Mass. 
MacNaughton,  Norman,  Toronto,  Can. 
McQuary,  Rodney  L.,  Tecumseh,  Neb. 
MacQueen,  Norman,  Somerville,  Mass. 
Macy,  Paul  Griswold,  Newington.  Conn. 
Malcomb,  Arthur  B.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
Manry,  James  Campbell,  Atlanta,  Ga. 
Marlatt,  Homer  ChadweU,  Cameron,  Mo. 
Marsh.  George  B..  New  MUford.  Conn. 
Martikainen,  Risto.  Toronto.  Ont. 
Martin,  WilUam  Treat.  OberUn,  Ohio. 
Mashita.  Demetrius  C,  Kyoto.  Japan. 
Mattson.  Fred,  Rockford,  lU. 
McCleimahan,  John  W.,  Dekalb,  Ga. 
McMichael,  MarshaU  D.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 
Means,  WilUam  HiUyer,  Gatesville,  Ga. 
Meek,  Henry  W.,  Decatur,  Ga. 


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Names  and  Residences 

College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 

Seminary  and 
Class 

Merchant,  Mylon  Dickenson,  Blanford,  Mass. 

Amherst, 

1910 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Mesner,  Charles  Warren,  Cambridge,  Mass. 

Neb.  Cent. 

1909 

Andover, 

Grad. 

Metcalf,  Paul  Harlan,  Youngstown,  Ohio. 

Oberlin, 

1910 

Oberlin, 

Grad. 

Miller,  Harvey  Virgil,  Eugene,  Ore. 

Whitman, 

1912 

Pacific, 

Mid. 

Miller,  Henry  Newton,  Bethany,  W.  Va. 

Bethany, 

1898 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Missirian,  Garabed  M.,  Aintab,  Turkey. 

Cent.  Turkey 

,1909 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Mitchell,  Wilham  FrankUn,  Chicago,  111. 

Wooster  U., 

Ohio. 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Montgomery,  William  Jasper,  Ashland,  Miss. 

Johnson   Bible 

C. 

1912 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Mordeoai,  Trevor  Popkin,  Crom,  England. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

Morrill,  Bertha  Alice,  Amesburj-,  Mass. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

MorriU,  Ernest  Everett,  Amesbury,  Mass. 

Dartmouth, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Morris,  Lon  B.,  Marietta,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Mosser,  Ohver  Eugene,  Neffs,  Pa. 

Yale, 

1913 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Mould,  Elmer  W.  K.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y. 

Union, 

1909 

Yale,              Fellow. 

Muhonen,  Alexander,  .St.  Petersburg,  Russia. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Sen. 

Mundy,  A.  J.,  East  Point,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Napier,  WiLham  Preston,  Wellington,  Ohio. 

— 

— 

Oberlin, 

Spec. 

Nelson,  Arthur  Emanuel,  Seattle,  Wash. 

Moody     Bible 

Inst. 

— 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Mid. 

Nelson,  James  Homer,  Cold  Spring,  N.  Y. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Sen. 

Neuman.  Ernest  F.,  jr.,  New  Britain,  Conn. 

Wesleyan, 

1910 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Neunschwander,  Willis  Lee,  Pandora,  Ohio. 

Oberlin, 

1911 

OberUn, 

Mid. 

Nevala,  Samuel,  Toronto,  Ont. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Fin 

i.  Jun. 

Newell,  Henry  C,  Somersville,  Conn. 

Amherst, 

1901 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

Newton,  James  William,  London,  England. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Nichols,  Edward  Kingston,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

Morris  Brown, 1890 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Nietbuhr,  Reinhold,  Lincoln,  111. 

Elmhurst, 

1910 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Nightwine,  Lennie  Shell,  Sweet  Springs,  Mo. 

Central, 

1911 

Yale. 

Sen. 

Nolton,  Edward  Louis,  Columbia,  Pa. 

Franklin     and 

Marshall, 

1913 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

Norberg,  Nils  Tobias,  Jackson,  Minn. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Z).A 

^  Mid. 

Nord,  Oscar  A.,  Kersey,  Pa. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Sw 

Jun. 

Nord,  Simon,  Kersey,  Pa. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Sw. 

Mid. 

Oakes,  George  F.,  Kirkwood,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Oberholtzer,  Isaiah  E.,  Ehzabethtown,  Pa. 

Juniata, 

1910 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Okumura,  Umetaro,  Honolulu,  T.  H. 

Yale, 

1913 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Olds,  Danton,  Berkeley.  Cal. 

— 

— 

Pacific, 

Spec. 

Opsal,  Tobias,  Orange,  N.  J. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  D.N.  Sen. 

Oshima,  Shosaku,  Numazu,  Suruga,  Japan. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Orton,  Richford  De  Forest,  Malta,  111. 

Northland  C. 

— 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Ovaskainen  Erik,  Astoria,  Ore. 

— 

— 

Chicago, Fu(; 

.  Mid. 

Owen,  George  Jones,  Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Bethany, 

1912 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Packer,  Percival  C,  Joliet,  111. 

Moody     Bible 

Inst. 

1911 

Chicago, 

.Sen. 

Painter,  Levinus  King,  Newcastle,  Ind. 

Earlham, 

1913 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Parker,  Fletcher  Douglass,  Proctor,  Vt. 

Williams, 

1911 

Hartford. 

Mid. 

Parker,  Virgie  C,  Conyers,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Parker ,  W.  Carl,  Conyers.  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

Parsons,  Cassen  Eugene.  Grand  Blanc,  Mich. 

Olivet, 

1010 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Patch,  Don  Ivan,  Beverly,  Mass. 

Harvard, 

1911 

Andover. 

Sen. 

Patten,  Ernest  Boynton,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

Williams, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Patton,  Wilham  Weston,  Highland  Park,  III. 

Amherst, 

1911 

Andover, 

.Sen. 

Payne,  Reuben  James,  Macedon,  N.  Y. 

Earlham, 

1913 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Peckham.  Errol  Devere,  Oskaloosa,  la. 

Penn, 

1908 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Peet,  Lyman  Plimpton,  West  Haven,  Conn. 

Yale, 

1885 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Penner,  Joseph  Eugene,  Wichita,  Kan. 

Fairmount , 

1913 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

Perdriau.  Leslie  Harold,  Sydney,  Au.stralia. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Perkins,  Albert  George,  .Vberaman,  So.  Wales. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Perry,  .\Ifred  Morris,  Hartford,  Conn. 

Marietta, 

1910 

Hartford. 

Jun. 

Perry,  James,  Hartford,  Conn. 

Colby, 

1911 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Peterson,  Henry  Martin,  Runnells,  la. 

Des  ^Ioines, 

1912 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Petty,  Orvillo  .Vnderson,  New  Haven,  Conu. 

Muskingum, 

1S98 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Peyton,  John  M.,  Crossville,  Tenn. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

Pickens,  James  Hamilton,  Selma,  Ala. 

— 

— 

Talladega, 

Sen. 

Pickern,  .\rthur  V.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta. 

Spec. 

Pickett,  Clyde  Edwin,  Wayland,  Mich. 

Hiram, 

1901 

Yale, 

Mid. 

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Theological  Seminaries. 


71 


Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 


Seminary  and 
Class 


Pittman,  Hudson  Horn,  Hartwick,  la. 

Grinnell, 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Pope,  Aiken  Augustus,  Augusta,  Ga. 

Lincoln  U. 

1911 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Potter,  James  Henry,  Amsterdam,  N.  Y. 

Union  U. 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Powers,  Clifton  N.  D.,  Brewer,  Me. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Spec. 

Pratt,  Arthur  William,  Orange,  Cal. 

U.  of  Cal. 

— 

Pacific, 

Sen. 

Pratt,  Edwin  M.,  Columbus,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Mid. 

Prescott,  Percival  Albion,  Cambridge,  Mass. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Prewitt,  Walter  Christopher,  Clark  County,  Ky. 

Bethany, 

1893 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Price,  Ora  Atwill,  Logan,  Ohio. 

Marietta, 

1911 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Proper,  Minard  Le  Grand,  Bridgeport,  Conn. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Purd.v,  Alexander  C,  Oskaloosa,  la. 

Penn, 

1910 

Hartford, 

Fellow. 

Putnam,  Lemuel  Pratt,  Hot  Springs,  So.  Dak. 

Colorado  C. 

— 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

Pyle,  Stephen  Donald,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Brown, 

1910 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Rahill,  John  Wells,  Princeton,  N.  J. 

Williams, 

— 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

Rankin,  Oswald  Herdman,  Bristol,  England. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Redfern,  Donald,  Swampscott,  Mass. 

Bowdoin, 

1911 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Reeves,  Floyd  Deane,  Huntley,  111. 

— 

— 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Reidenbach,  Clarence,  Nineveh,  Ind. 

Butler. 

1912 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Richards,  Arthur  Edsell,  Chicago,  111. 

Moody     Bible 

Inst. 

1911 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

Richards,  George,  Swansea,  So.  Wales. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

Rideout,  Carrie  Lizzie,  Bangor,  Me. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Sen. 

Rivenburg,  Narola  Elizabeth,  Assam,  India. 

Vassar, 

1913 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

Roberts,  George  Benjamin,  Brookline,  Mass. 

Harvard, 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Robertson,  Arthur  Blaine,  Jamestown,  Ind. 

U.  of  Cincin. 

1910 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Robinson,  Clarence  E.,  Chicago,  111. 

Nat.  Nor.  U. 

, 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Robinson,  Collins  Harvey,  Marianna,  Fla. 

— 

— 

Talladega, 

Mid. 

Robinson,  Emma  Cain,  Geneva,  Ga. 

— 

— • 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Robinson,  John  H.,  Geneva,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Mid. 

Rolader,  L.  Dwight,  Center,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Grad. 

Rollason,  Herbert  Duncan,  Cambridge,  England. 

Brown, 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Rolo,  Arthur  Allen,  Homerville,  Ohio. 

Ohio  Wesleyan 

U. 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Roth,  Jacob,  Fruita,  Colo. 

Teachers'  Sen 

., 

Russia, 

— 

Chicago,  Ger.    Sen. 

Roth,  Karl  A.,  Monroeville,  Ohio. 

Elmhurst, 

1910 

Oberlin, 

Grad. 

Rountree,  Abner  Welborne,  Swainsboro,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Rowse,  Ralph  Hartley,  ArUngton,  Mass. 

Harvard, 

1911 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Rulsell,  George  Earnest,  Cambridge,  Mass. 

Lawrence  C. 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Rusten,  Andrew,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

— 

— 

Chicago.  D.. 

V.   Sen. 

Ryang,  Ju  Sam,  Rong  Kang,  Korea. 

Vanderbilt  U. 

1913 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Rybar,  Andrew,  Braddock,  Pa. 

— 

— 

OberHn,  Sla 

1).        — 

Sahlin,  Frank  William,  Wilmar,  Minn. 

Sal.  Army  Tr. 

Sch. 

— 

Chicago,  Sw 

.    Mid. 

Samuels,  Leice  B.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Samuels,  Philip  P.,  Atlanta,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Satake,  Francis  Naoshige,  Kyoto,  Japan. 

Doshisha, 

1913 

OberHn, 

Mid. 

Savaides,  Youvan  Sava,  Hadjin,  Turkey. 

St.  Paul's, 

1909 

Oberlin, 

Grad. 

Scales,  Albert  Lewis,  Frederick,  Okla. 

Southwestern 

U. 

1899 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Schatz,  Jacob  E.,  Odessa,  Wash. 

Redfield  Acad.  19 13 

Chicago,  Get 

Jun. 

Schmidt,  Aaron  Jacob,  Mountain  Lake,  Minn. 

Boone  Bib.  C 

1911 

Chicago,  Get 

.     Sen. 

Schmidt,  Paul  J.,  Mountain  Lake,  Minn. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Ger 

.    Jun. 

Schrieber,  Otto  Louis,  New  Britain,  Conn. 

Wagner  C. 

1903 

Hartford. 

Grad. 

Schuder,  Harry  Andrew,  Racine,  Mo. 

Drury, 

1911 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Schultz,  G.  P.,  Chicago,  III. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Gei 

.    Mid. 

Searles,  Herbert  Leon,  Jeffries,  N.  B. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Sefl,  Joseph,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

— 

— 

Oberlin,  Sla 

Shannon,  Paul  Eugene,  Bemidju,  Minn. 

Hamline  U. 

1908 

Andover, 

Mid. 

Shaw,  Floyd  Allison,  Washington,  la. 

U.of  Ia.(State)1912 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Sherman,  Stanley  Carter,  Quincy,  Mass. 

Amherst, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Shewmaker,  William  O.,  Hartford,  Conn. 

Central  U. 

1889 

Hartford, 

Fellow. 

Shields,  David  Herman,  Macomb,  111. 

Eureka, 

1897 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Shimahara,  Itsuzo,  Osaka,  Japan. 

Osaka  Tech. 

1909 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Shimamori,  Susumu,  Kamakura,  Japan. 

Meiji  Gakuin, 

1907 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Silcox,  Claris  Edwin,  Toronto,  Ont. 

U.  of  Toronto 

1909 

Andover, 

Sen. 

Simms,  Roy  Eugene,  Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Bethany, 

1913 

Yale, 

Mid. 

Skillin,  Carl  Dana,  Hallowell,  Me. 

Bowdoin, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

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[1914 


College  and  Year 

Seminary  and 

Names  and  Residences 

of  Graduating 

Class 

Smith,  Edward'Lornie,  Yankton,  So.  Dak. 

Yankton  C. 

1910 

OberUn, 

Sen. 

Smith,  George  Benton,  New  Haven.  Conn. 

Wesleyan, 

1895 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Smith,  .Joseph  R.,  Adrian,  Mich. 

Adrian  C. 

1910 

Chicago, 

Sen. 

Smith,  Oscar  Samuel,  Bangor,  Me. 

U.  of  Maine, 

1912 

Bangor, 

Grad. 

Speer,  Stanley  C,  Atlanta,  Ga.    • 

— ■ 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Spillers,  Charles  M.,  Americus,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Jun. 

Spinka,  Matthew,  Chicago,  111. 

Coin.      .Sch., 

Bohemia, 

— 

Chicago, 

Jun. 

Stangeland.  Jens,  Stavenger,  Norway. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  D.  A'.  .Sen. 

Stannard,  Edward  Louis,  Amesbury,  Mass. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

St.  Clair,  Arthur  Eugene.  Lordsburg,  Cal. 

Pomona, 

1913 

Yale, 

Jun. 

Starkey,  Robert  H.,  St.  Petersburg,  Fla. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Sen. 

Stone,  Albert  Edward.  Dorchester,  Mass. 

Colgate, 

1912 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

Stone,  Alfred  Wheeler,  Bangor,  Me. 

Bowdoin, 

1910 

Bangor, 

Mid. 

Stone,  Clarence  Arthur,  Nickerson,  Kan. 

Fairmount, 

1910 

Pacific, 

Sen. 

Straka.  Michael,  Richmond,  Va. 

— 

— 

Oberhn,  Slav 

— 

Street,  Thomas,  Manchester,  England. 

Mt.AlUson  U. 

1913 

Andover, 

Mid. 

Sump,  Frederic  H.  von  der.  Browning,  Wis. 

Beloit, 

1911 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Taber,  Lloyd  J.  B.,  Springfield,  Mo. 

Drury, 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Tajima,  Kengo,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

N. Japan  C. 

1908 

Pacific, 

Grad. 

Takenaka,  Yetsuzo.  Wakayama,  .Japan. 

Doshisha, 

1911 

Hartford, 

Mid. 

Talmage,  David  H.,  Windsorville,  Conn. 

— 

— 

Hartford, 

Spec. 

Tate,  William  Alexander,  Marlboro.  Mass. 

Hiram, 

1910 

Yale, 

Grad. 

Taylor,  Donald  John,  Forest  Grove,  Ore. 

U.  of  Pacific, 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

Thomas,  Charles  Nelson,  Memphis.  N.  Y. 

Syracuse  U. 

1902 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Thomas,  Stephen  Carkeek,  San  Leandro,  Cal. 

U.  of  Pacific, 

1908 

Pacific, 

Grad. 

Thompson,  William,  Perthshire,  Scotland. 

Glasgow  U. 

1907 

Hartford,      Fellow. 

Tipton,  Ernest  H.,  Lexington,  Neb. 

Garrett    Bible 

Inst. 

— 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Totten,  Frank,  Bloomfield,  Conn. 

Adrian, 

1902 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Townley,  Hubert  Claude,  London,  England. 

Garrett     Bible 

Inst. 

— 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Triese,  Heinrich,  Windsor,  Col. 

Redfield  Acad 

.   — 

Chicago,  Ger 

Sen. 

Turner,  Everett  Stanton,  I.,incoln,  Neb. 

Grinnell, 

1911 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Tuttle,  Harold  Saxe,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

U.  of  Pacific, 

190.5 

Pacific, 

Grad. 

Uhl,  Henry  John,  Greeley,  Colo. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Ger 

Jun. 

Van  Akin,  Mary  Catherine. 

Beloit, 

1906 

Hartford, 

Sen. 

Vanderbogart,  Hervey  B.,  Middletown,  Conn. 

Trinity, 

1903 

Hartford, 

Spec. 

Vejnar,  Miloslav  Ottokar,  Disputanta.  \'a. 

— 

— 

Oberhn,  Slav 

»  

Vreeland,  Herbert  Harold,  jr..  N(?w  York.  N.  Y. 

Yale, 

1912 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Waddell,  Ralph  Chetlain,  Oakland,  Cal. 

U.  of  Cal. 

1912 

Pacific, 

Mid. 

Wagner,  John  Peter,  Pine  Island,  N.  Y. 

— 

— 

Chicago,  Ger 

Mid. 

Walker,  Richard  D.,  Kirkwood,  Ga. 

— 

— 

.Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Walton,  Alfred  Grant,  Kalamazoo,  Mich. 

Oberlin, 

1911 

Oberlin, 

Sen. 

Ward,  Charles  Edwin.  Kelso,  Wash. 

U.  of  Pacific, 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Mid. 

Warner,  Frank  Bradford,  Sunderland,  M.a.'^s. 

Amherst, 

1908 

OberUn. 

Mid. 

Warner,  Ruth  Frances,  Sunderland.  Mass. 

Smith, 

1911 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

Washington,  George,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 

Wilbcrforco  \ 

MS9.5 

Oberlin, 

Grad. 

Watenabe,  Zenda,  Alameda,  Cal. 

Nazarene  U. 

1913 

Pacific, 

Jun. 

Waters,  George  Henry,  Chicago,  111. 

Derby  Tech. 

— 

Chicago, 

Mid. 

Watkins,  Commodore  Robert,  Durham,  Conn. 

Yale, 

1909 

Yale, 

Spec. 

Watkins,  John  C,  East  Point,  Ga. 

— 

— 

Atlanta, 

Spec. 

Wattner,  C.  Alfred.  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

— 

. — 

Chicago,  D.N.  Mid. 

Weist,  Sireno  Carl,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Ohio  Wes. 

1911 

.\ndover. 

Mid. 

Wellman.  Gordon  Boit,  Maiden,  Mass. 

Harvard, 

1910 

.\ndover. 

Jun. 

Werfelman,  William  Francis,  Brooklyn,  X.  Y. 

Ripon. 

1911 

Yale, 

Sen. 

White.  Allan,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

Jun. 

White,  Hugh  Vernon,  Berkeley,  Cal. 

U.  of  Cal. 

— 

Pacific, 

Mid. 

Whitehead,  Robert  Charles,  Aurora,  Ohio. 

Oberlin, 

1912 

Oberlin, 

Jun. 

Wilder,  Mabel  Elizabeth,  Amesbury,  Mass. 

Hartford.  Ped.1912 

Hartford, 

Spec. 

Wilkes,  Arthur  B.,  Branfford,  Ont. 

Oberlin  Sem. 

— 

Chicago, 

Spec. 

Willby.  William  H.  J.,  Springfield,  Mo. 

Dniry  C. 

1913 

Andover, 

Jun. 

Williams,  Pinkney,  Birmingham.  Ala. 

— 

— 

Talladega, 

Jun. 

WiUiams,  Thomas  Yeoman.  Bawtry,  Notts,  England. 

— 

— 

Yale, 

Sen. 

Williamson.  Rufus  H.,  .Millervillo,  Ala. 

— 

— . 

.Atlanta, 

Jun. 

Williston.  Edward  Bradford,  Phillipsburg.  \.  .1. 

— 

— 

Bangor, 

JlUl. 

Wilson,  W.  G.  Arthur,  Shawville,  Que. 

McGill  U. 

1913 

Hartford. 

."^en. 

Winship,  Harold  Sumner,  Pa.ssaic,  N.  J. 

Darlinoulh, 

191l> 

Hartford, 

Jun. 

1914] 


Theological  Seminaries. 


73 


Names  and  Residences 


College  and  Year 
of  Graduating 


Seminary  and 
Class 


Winsted,  Emil  Gotfrid. 

Wolfe,  George  Edgar,  Annville,  Pa. 

Wolford,  James  P.,  Decatur,  Ga. 

Woller,  William  Karl,  Herrington,  Kan. 

Wood,  Stephen  Squire,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Wood,  William  Carleton,  Winthrop  Center,  Mc. 

Woodworth,  Eunice  Litch,  Bangor,  Me. 

Wray,  Josephine  Bassett,  Elmira,  N.  Y. 

Wright,  James  A.,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Wright,  John  Wesley,  Pylesville,  Md. 

Wrisley,  Gerald  Manning,  Los  Angeles,  Cal. 

Yettru,  Carl  Henrioh,  Cohoes,  N.  Y. 

Yocum,  Charles  Herbert,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 

Young,  Julius  Major,  Kings  Mountain,  N.  C. 

Young,  W.  B.,  Birmingham,  Ala. 

Youngman,  William  Henry,  Berkeley,  Cal. 

Zavodsky,  Louis,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Zicha,  Franz  Budweiss,  Bohemia. 

Zorn,  Heinrich,  Sheboygan,  Wis. 


Penn, 


Penn  C. 


1909 


190.' 


OberUn,  1912 

Harvard,  1911 

W.  Maryland,  1911 
U.  of  So.  Cal.    1908 


Chicago,  Sw.  Sen 
Hartford,  Fellow 
Atlanta,  Grad 

Chicago.  Ger.    Sen 
Bangor, 
Hartford, 
Bangor, 


Oberlin, 


1909 


Unteroffizier 
Sch.,  Russia, 


OberUn, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Talladega, 

Talladega, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin,  Slav. 

Chicago,  Ger. 


Sen. 
Spec. 

Jun. 

Jun. 

Sen. 

Sen. 

Jun. 

Mid. 

Jun. 

Mid. 
Spec. 
Spec. 

Sen. 


Chicago,  Ger.  Mid. 


74 


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COLLEGE   EDUCATION    OF   THE   UNDERGRADUATE   STUDENTS. 

In  this  table,  a  number  in  parentheses  denotes  that  that  number,  although  once  connected 
with  the  college  mentioned,  did  not  complete  the  course.  The  figures  not  in  parentheses 
denote  graduates  of  the  colleges  mentioned. 


Seminaries 

COLLEGES 

u 

(D 

1 

a 
< 

"S 
< 

Bangor 
Chicago 

a 

1 
O 

J) 

■« 
1 

1 

3 
3 

4 

2 

2 

1 

3 

10 

1 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

4 

7 

6 

1 

9 

1 
1 

1 

Bowdoin  College 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

2 

(1)2 

(T>? 

Calcutta,  City  College 

(1) 

(1) 

1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

2 

Central  Turkey  College 

1 

(1) 

(1)3 

1 

1 

1 

Cliff  College   England 

(1) 

(1) 

1 

1 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

4 

(1) 

(1) 

1 

1 

(1) 

(1) 

1 
2 

1 

.... 

1 

(1)3 

1 
3 

2 

4 

(1)8 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Drury  College 

4 

1 

3 

1 

6 

3 

1 
2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 

2 

4 

4 

1 
1 

2 

3 

1 

1 

ll 

1 
(2) 

2 

1 

(1) 

(3) 

(1) 

1 

(1)  1 

(1)2' 1 

3 
1 

1 

(1)6 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

Harvard  I'niversity 

Heidelberg  University 

5 

6 

1 

1 

1914J 


Theological  Seminaries. 


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COLLEGE    EDUCATION    OF    UNDERGRADUATE    STUDENTS. 


Seminaries 

COLLEGES 

(■4 

S 

i 

< 

03 
< 

1 

a 

pa 

o 

oi 

O 

o 

a 

1) 

XI 

O 

'o 

03 
PL, 

o 
H 

1 

(1)    ' 

4 

1 
1 

1 
1 

^ 

(1) 
1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

(1) 

(1)4 
1 

2 

1 

2 

(1)1 

1 
(1) 
1 

(1)2 

(1) 
1 

McGill  University 

1 

1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

(1) 

(1) 
1 

1 

(1)4 

(1)4 
1 

1 

Mt.  Holyoke  College. .    

1 

1 

(1) 

(1) 
1 

2 

1 

1 

(1) 

(1) 

1 
1 

2 

(1) 
1 

(2) 

(1)  1 

1 

(1)21 

2 

(3)23 
2 

2 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 
3 

1 

I 

1 

2 

5 

7 
1 

8 

1 

2 

4 

1 

1 

1 

Redfield  College 

(2)2 
2 
(2) 

(2)2 
4 

(2) 
1 

Smith  College 

1 

2 

2 

St.  Paul's  College,  Ga 

2 

3 

1 

i 

1 

1 
1 

1 

2 

1 

(2) 

(2) 
2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

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Seminaries 

COLLEGES 

> 

o 

a 
< 

< 

I 
a 

SI 

n 

a 

a! 

6 

•2 

03 

a 
O 

o 
OS 

"3 
1 

1 
1 

1 

9. 

(4)1 
(1) 

(4)  2 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

1 

2 

3 

1 

1 

1 

^ 

(1) 
(1) 

n> 

(1) 

1 

1 

1 

(1) 

1 

1 

4 

1 
1 

(n  1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 

4 

. . . .  m 

(1)4 

(1) 

(1) 

5 

62 
3 
2 

67 

8 

13 

2 

21 
25 
43 

89 

1 

65 

1 

15 

81 

3 

31 

4 

35 

4 
19 
26 

49 

4 

2 

39 

45 

18 
8 

7 

33 

85 
3 
17 

105 

?9n 

f>5 

Others 

Total 

149 

504 

For  Talladega  see  Summary. 


1914] 


Theological  Seminaries. 


77 


SUMMARY    OF  OFPICERS  AND  STUDENTS,    1913-14,   AND  TOTALS   FOR 
PRECEDING  YEARS. 


T) 

g| 

m 

Undehqraduatb 

Students         | 

d 

C3 

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1 

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o 

go 

<D 

13 

o 

H 

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1 

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a 
2 
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6 

2 

1 

3 

10 

6 

13 

2 

31 

35 

Atlanta 

5 

1 

4 

7 

5 

7 

26 

45 

49 

5 

6 

2 

19 

13 

19 

1 

43 

45 

Chicago 

14 

10 

27 

31 

28 

3 

89 

89 

Hartford 

14 

12 

5 

7 

15 

IS 

17 

5 

55 

67 

Oberlin 

11 

2 

6 

13 

24 

22 

2 

61 

67 

Oberlin,  Slav.  D..  . 

1 

1 

6 

6 

1 

14 

14 

Pac 
tal 

7 
4 

3 
3 

4 

5 

1 

8 
4 

7 
3 

9 
6 

29 

14 

33 

adega 

14 

Yale 

8 

14 

2 

15 

32 

24 

17 

15 

88 

105 

Totals,  1913-14 

75 

53 

8 

41 

121 

139 

139 

70 

469 

518 

1912-13 

74 

52 

8 

36 

125 

115 

140 

65 

445 

489 

1911-12 

74 

53 

7 

39 

107 

114 

123 

48 

392 

438 

1910-11 

71 

46 

13 

43 

109 

115 

127 

27 

378 

434 

1909-10 

65 

53 

12 

27 

104 

102 

117 

49 

371 

411 

1908-09 

65 

53 

S 

24 

87 

103 

113 

.54 

357 

389 

1907-08 

63 

50 

7 

45 

77 

81 

122 

85 

365 

417 

1906-07 

68 

49 

7 

42 

91 

93 

95 

113 

391 

440 

1905-06 

68 

45 

6 

34 

99 

90 

112 

70 

371 

411 

1904-05 

65 

40 

8 

34 

110 

94 

108 

51 

363 

405 

1903-04 

68 

41 

14 

38 

109 

92 

109 

31 

341 

393 

1902-03 

62 

38 

12 

39 

104 

98 

110 

38 

350 

401 

1901-02 

61 

27 

13 

45 

104 

88 

96 

33 

320 

379 

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Annual  Statistics 


Churches  and  Ministers. 


82  Congregational  Y ear-Book.  [1914 


ANNUAL    STATISTICS    OF   CHURCHES   AND 
MINISTERS. 


The  following  pages  contain  the  statistics  as  collected  in  1913  by  the  statistical 
secretaries  of  the  several  state  organizations,  and  compiled  for  this  publication  by 
the  secretary  of  the  National  Council,  under  vote  of  the  publisliing  committee. 
They  are  all  of  date  Jan.  1,  1914,  except  that  ministerial  supply  is,  as  far  as  possible, 
brought  down  to  date. 

The  secretary,  as  heretofore,  in  no  case  presumes  to  insert  or  omit  the  name  of 
church  or  minister  on  any  authority  but  that  of  the  state  secretaries  representing 
their  own  organizations,  or  of  councils  subsequent  to  the  date  of  annual  reports. 

The  contents  of  the  statistics  are  as  follows: 

1.  The  statistics  of  the  churches  and  their  ministers,  by  states. 

2.  Statistics  of  Sunday  schools,  independent  and  missionary. 

3.  List  of  Congregational  ministers  in  foreign  lands. 

4.  The  National,  State,  and  local  organizations  of  the  churches,  with  officers 
and  dates  of  sessions  in  1914  and  1915,  so  far  as  correctly  known. 

5.  General  summary  tables  for  the  year.  • 

6.  Tables  of  summaries,  for  each  decade  of  years  1858-1913. 

7.  Tables  based  upon  the  statistics. 

8.  Alphabetical  list  of  ministers,  with  P.  O.  address,  and  indexed  to  pages. 

9.  Alphabetical  list  of  licentiates. 

10.  List  of  ministers  of  other  denominations  supplying  Congregational  churches. 

RULES  OF  COMPILATION. 

1.  To  arrange  in  alphabetical  order  everything  capable  of  it;  except  that  the 
churches  in  any  one  town  or  city,  arranged,  as  they  should  be,  under  the  name  of 
that  town  or  city,  are  placed  according  to  age. 

2.  To  make  new  tables  each  year.  "  Last  year's  report  "  (if  known  to  be  such) 
is  always  omitted.  But,  while  old  reports  are  not  to  be  inserted  in  the  table,  the 
aggregate  of  such  last  reports  from  churches  failing  to  report,  in  the  items  of  church 
and  Sunday-school  membership,  are  included  in  the  summaries.  Justice  to  the 
churches  which  do  report  requires  this,  as  their  real  progress  may  be  apparently 
diminished  or  reversed,  by  lack  of  the  figures  from  their  less  faithful  neighbors. 
The  special  attention  of  state  secretaries  is  called  to  this  point,  as  it  has  often  been 
disregarded.  The  list  of  churches  of  this  year  is  compared,  name  by  name,  with 
that  of  last  year,  and  all  variations  which  change  the  place  of  the  church  on  the  list 
are  specifically  mentioned  with  the  state  summary,  so  that  each  church  can  be 
traced  from  year  to  year. 

3.  To  examine  carefully  all  the  tables,  with  a  view  to  correction  or  addition  by 
correspondence,  especially  to  correct  "  pastoral  supply  "  to  the  latest  moment. 
Proof  sheets  have  been  sent  to  secretaries  and  some  home-missionary  superintend- 
ents who  could  be  reached  in  season.  But  no  such  changes  have  been  allowed  to 
afifect  the  summaries. 

4.  The  prime  name  in  a  table  line  is  alwaj's  supposed  to  be  the  name  of  the 
place,  town  or  city,  in  which  the  church  is  located  as  determined  by  the  place  of 
tlie  meeting-house.  This  is  also  the  name  of  its  post-office,  unless  followed  in  line 
or  margin  by  a  name  in  heavy-faced  type.  In  such  cases  the  latter  is  the  post 
office  and  this  emphatic  type  in  line  or  margin,  is  used  exclusively  for  names 
OF  post-offices.  If  this  postal  word  is  an  adjective,  it  goes  with  the  preceding 
name,  e.  g.,  "  Newton  West  " ;  if  itself  a  name,  it  supersedes  the  other,  as  "  Newton, 


1914]  Statistics  of  Churches  and  Ministers.  83 

Auburndale."  In  general,  the  two  pages,  being  invariably  opposite,  are  treated  as 
one,  and  marginal  references  on  the  second  page  are  made  to  footnotes  on  the 
first,  without  repetition  when  they  occur  there. 

MINOR  EXPLANATIONS. 

1.  Any  church  given  in  brackets  is  one  organized  since  Jan.  1;  not  included 
in  the  summary,  but  inserted  for  information.  A  few  churches  temporarily  not 
associated  are  inserted  by  their  own  wish.  A  star  (*)  denotes  a  church  not 
associated. 

2.  Pastors  installed  by  council  are  marked  "  i."  and  pastors  recognized  by 
council  are  marked  "r.";  others  in  service  are  not  marked,  but  are  considered 
pastors  except  where  otherwise  distinguished.  Blanks  in  the  column  of  pastoral 
supply,  meaning  no  regularly  engaged  minister,  are  left  blank  for  the  convenience 
of  th  ose  who  note  pastoral  changes. 

3.  The  tables  are  not  a  postal  guide  to  the  addresses  of  ministers,  and 
any  person  so  using  them  runs  his  own  risk  of  error.  The  General  Alphabetical 
List  of  Ministers  gives  their  post-offices.  Special  attention  is  called  to  this  fact, 
which  is  often  overlooked. 

4.  The  two  columns  following  the  names  of  ministers  in  the  tables  of  churches 
denote  (1)  the  year  of  ordination,  (2)  the  year  when  the  minister  was  installed  or 
commenced  service  with  that  church. 

5.  A  star  (*)  in  the  General  Alphabetical  List  of  Ministers  denotes  that  the 
person  so  designated  appears  in  the  tables,  reported  by  some  church,  as  its  minister, 
but  is  not  reported  to  be  a  member  of  any  association  or  conference  of  ministers  or 
churches  in  the  United  States;  or  that  he  is  found  supplying  some  church  or  did 
so  as  pastor  by  council  last  year  and  may  be  presumed  to  be  in  transitu,  though  his 
name  is  not  in  the  state  alphabetical  list. 

6.  Licentiates  are  not  reckoned  as  ministers.  Churches  supplied  by  such  are 
so  considered  and  not  included  in  list  of  vacant  churches.  When  churches  are 
supplied  by  ministers  of  other  denominations  it  is  so  stated,  and  they  appear  under 
the  head  "  Supplies."  Churches  actually  vacant  are  found  in  column  marked 
"  vacant."  The  names  of  licentiates  and  ministers  of  other  denominations  will  be 
found,  not  in  the  Alphabetical  List  of  Ministers  of  Congregational  Churches,  but 
in  lists  following  the  regular  list  of  Congregational  ministers.  The  General  Alpha- 
betical List  includes  only  Congregational  ministers. 

7.  The  names  of  some  Congregational  ministers  are  missing;  but  it  is  solely 
because  they  are  not  reported  by  any  organization  of  churches  or  ministers. 

8.  Under  "  Church  Members,"  "  Absent  "  are  included  in  "  Males,"  "  Fe- 
males," and  "  Total."  Under  the  head  of  "  Removed,"  "  Died,"  "  Letter,"  and 
"  Discipline  "  are  represented  by  the  abbreviations  Di.,  L.,  R.,  respectively.  It 
should  be  borne  in  mind  that  in  the  tables,  "  R."  includes  Discipline  and  Roll 
Revision.  In  the  General  Summaries  the  letter  "  R."  is  used,  and  includes  Revi- 
sion and  Discipline.  Under  "Sunday  Schools,"  "h"  signifies  Home  Department, 
and  "  m,"  a  Mission  School  connected  with  the  Sunday  school  of  the  church.  In 
"  List  of  Mission  and  Independent  Schools,"  "  C  "  signifies  that  the  number  en- 
rolled is  counted  in  the  enrollment  given  in  the  State  Schedule.  Under  "  Men's 
Organizations,"  "  x  "  means  men's  organizations  exclusively;  "  z  "  boys'  organiza- 
tions exclusively.     In  all  other  cases  "  Men's  "  and  Boys'  "  are  together. 

9.  Blanks  in  any  column  of  figures  are  such  as  were  so  left  in^the  State  Minutes. 
They  ought  always  to  signify  "  no  report,"  but  some  states  do  not  follow  the  proper 
rule  of  inserting  a  cipher  where  "  none  "  is  meant,  and  the  examiner  must  con- 
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General  Summaries,  a  blank  invariably  signifies  "  no  report." 

10.  Attention  is  called  to  totals  in  membership.  Differences  are  to  be  ac- 
counted for  because  of  revision  of  reports  for  the  purpose  of  balancing,  and  the  in- 
clusion of  figures  of  non-reporting  churches  which  do  not  appear  in  the  schedules. 


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Statistics.  —  Hawaii, 


151 


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[1914 


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Statistics.  —  Hawaii. 


153 


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Statistics.  —  Idaho. 


155 


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191 


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J.  L.  Bailey, 
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Stephen  Prince, 
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Mrs.  Ellen  C.  Gay, 
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5  Miss  Alice  Nelson, 

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7  John  L.  Bailev, 

8  Rev.  C.  W.  Rogers, 

9  Mrs.  C.A.Flint, 
0  George  A.  Barton, 

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2  John  C.  Woodrow, 

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6  Oscar  L.  Olsen, 

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51  Harry  W.  Dunton,        h' 
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54  Harry  M.  Prentiss.       h 

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57  John  M.  Morse, 

58  [No  school.] 

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David  T.  Burgh,                       '12 

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